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Oct. 26, 2001

ULM's chautauqua nexus considers the impact of the ULM museum in next week's discussion

The University of Louisiana at Monroe's Chautauqua Nexus talks about the ULM Museum of Natural History as a big fish in a little jar or little acorn for a big oak. The discussion is designed to be an introduction to what the museum currently means to our University and the region. There will also be suggestion to what it could become. The "road map" for the journey will be illustrated with pictures of current activities in the museum and examples of possibilities borrowed from other museums. The talk will be lead by ULM Biology Professor, Frank Pezold.

Next week's Chautauqua meets on the second floor of the Student Union Building Friday, Nov. 2, 2001 at 4:30 p.m.

These weekly meetings are informal conversations attempting to connect people of all ages who are interested in intellectual and cultural exchanges. The Chautauqua group meets every week on the second floor of the Student Union Building on the ULM campus (unless otherwise noted) beginning at 4:30 on Fridays or Saturdays. There are no requirements and everyone is invited to come. Drinks and snacks will be provided. Visitors are welcome to make a small donation for foods.

All media welcome.

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