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Sunday, July 28th

Sunday, July 28th
1:00 pm to 3:30 pm · Grand Ballroom A/Riverside Hilton
Session M10: Meeting: BSA Council Meeting
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July 28th 1:00 pmBSA Council Meeting
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BSA-Wide
Sunday, July 28th
4:00 pm to 5:00 pm · Grand Ballroom A/Riverside Hilton
Session M13: Meeting: Student Conference Assistants Orientation
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July 28th 4:00 pmStudent Conference Assistants Orientation
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Conference Wide
Sunday, July 28th
7:30 pm to 8:00 pm · Grand Ballroom A/Riverside Hilton
Session S1: Special Lecture: Celebrating diversity in the understanding of science: Botanists as ambassadors to a spectrum of humans.
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S1001July 28th 7:30 pmCelebrating diversity in the understanding of science: Botanists as ambassadors to a spectrum of humans
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Plenary Address Special AddressNakarni, Nalini.

Monday, July 29th

Monday, July 29th
8:30 am to 12:00 pm · Grand Ballroom A/Riverside Hilton
Session C1: Colloquium: A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. Gottlieb
Presiding: Pamela Soltis, University of Florida
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C1001July 29th 8:30 amLeslie D. Gottlieb, Enzyme Electrophoresis, and Plant Systematics
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. GottliebSymposiumCrawford, Daniel.Gottlieb
electrophoresis
Systematics
C1002July 29th 8:45 amClarkia, Clocks, California, and the Charismatic (Leslie D. Gottlieb)
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. GottliebSymposiumSytsma, Kenneth.Clarkia
Onagraceae
Gottlieb
biogeography
chronogram
California
C1003July 29th 9:00 amFrom Classical Genetics to RNA-Seq: Determining the Genetic Basis for Floral Pigmentation Patterns in Clarkia
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. GottliebSymposiumMartins, Talline; Rausher, Mark.
C1004July 29th 9:15 amFrom gene duplications in Clarkia to scent genes everywhere
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. GottliebSymposiumPichersky, Eran.Clarkia
Gene duplications
Scent
C1005July 29th 9:30 amNovel traits or new neighbors? Exploring the causes and consequences of pollinator shifts in Clarkia
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. GottliebSymposiumRaguso, Robert A.; Miller, Timothy J.; Kay, Kathleen M..pollination
regional floral differences
Scent
reproductive isolation
C1006July 29th 9:45 amThe genetic basis of several critical differences between the bee-pollinated Clarkia concinna and its hawk-moth pollinated derivative C. breweri
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. GottliebSymposiumWeeden, Norman; Henry, Amanda; Gottlieb, Leslie.
C1007July 29th 10:00 amContributions of Leslie D. Gottlieb and colleagues to understanding modes, rates, and genetics of evolutionary divergence in Layia (Compositae)
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. GottliebSymposiumBaldwin, Bruce.Gottlieb
Asteraceae
Compositae
speciation
Layia
Madiinae
diversification
evolutionary rates
July 29th 10:15 amBreak
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. Gottlieb
C1009July 29th 10:45 amIntegrated phylogenetic and population genetic analyses with 257 nuclear loci in Fragaria
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. GottliebSymposiumListon, Aaron.next generation sequencing
Rosaceae
Polyploidy
speciation
C1010July 29th 11:00 amAdditivity in Polyploid Genomes: Tragopogon Allotetraploids as a Case Study
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. GottliebSymposiumSoltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas.Polyploidy
Tragopogon
genetic additivity
C1011July 29th 11:15 amClimate niche, invasiveness, and allopolyploidy: The case of perennial Glycine (Leguminosae)
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. GottliebSymposiumHarbert, Robert; Doyle, Jeff.allopolyploidy
Glycine
ecological niche
climate
genome evolution
C1012July 29th 11:30 amFrom allozymes to sequenced genomes: Les Gottlieb and our understanding of polyploidy in plants
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. GottliebSymposiumWendel, Jonathan.Polyploidy
Gene expression
Domestication
July 29th 11:45 amDiscussion
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A Colloquium Honoring Leslie D. Gottlieb
Monday, July 29th
1:25 pm to 6:00 pm · Grand Ballroom A/Riverside Hilton
Session SY04: Symposium: Teaching: Yes,Bobby, evolution is real
Presiding: Marshall Sundberg, Emporia State University; Joseph Armstrong, Illinois State University
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SY04SUMJuly 29th 1:25 pmYes, Bobby, evolution is real!
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Yes, Bobby, evolution is real!SymposiumArmstrong, Joseph; Sundberg, Marshall.Science Education
evolution/creationism controversy
teaching evolution
Citizen Science
July 29th 1:55 pmIntroduction
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Yes, Bobby, evolution is real!
SY04002July 29th 2:00 pmLouisiana's Love Affair with Creationism
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Yes, Bobby, evolution is real!SymposiumForrest, Barbara.
SY04003July 29th 2:30 pmThe Campaign to Repeal the Louisiana Science Education Act
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Yes, Bobby, evolution is real!SymposiumKopplin, Zack.Louisiana Science Education Act
Creationism
Evolution
Bobby Jindal
SY04004July 29th 3:00 pmConfessions of an Oklahoma Evolutionist: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
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Yes, Bobby, evolution is real!SymposiumRice, Stanley.evolution
Intelligent Design
religion
natural selection
July 29th 3:30 pmBreak
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Yes, Bobby, evolution is real!
SY04006July 29th 4:15 pmEvolution in Agriculture
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Yes, Bobby, evolution is real!SymposiumHancock, James F..Evolution
SY04007July 29th 4:45 pmMaking Evolution Accessible and Relevant for a General Audience
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Yes, Bobby, evolution is real!SymposiumCruzan, Mitchell.Evolution
Intelligent Design
Scientific Method
Science Education
Human Evolution
SY04008July 29th 5:15 pmIf Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution, Why Do We Not Teach That Way?
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Yes, Bobby, evolution is real!SymposiumUno, Gordon.
July 29th 5:45 pmDiscussion
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Yes, Bobby, evolution is real!

Tuesday, July 30th

Tuesday, July 30th
8:30 am to 12:00 pm · Grand Ballroom A/Riverside Hilton
Session SY06: Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied science
Presiding: Allison Miller, Saint Louis University
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SY06SUMJuly 30th 8:30 amSpeaking of Food: connecting basic and applied science
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumMiller, Allison; Kellogg, Elizabeth.
SY06001July 30th 8:45 amEthnobotany - bridging basic and applied research on food plants in Mexico
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumBye, Robert; Linares, Edelmira.Ethnobotany
edible greens
Maize
Mexico
SY06002July 30th 9:15 amThe wild side of a major crop: Soybean's perennial cousins from Down Under
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumDoyle, Jeff.soybean
Glycine
Australia
Polyploidy
disease resistance
SY06003July 30th 9:45 amApple domestication genetics: Genetic diversity and hybridization in the crop and its wild relatives
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumGross, Briana.Domestication
apple
hybridization
genetic diversity
July 30th 10:15 amBreak
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied science
SY06005July 30th 10:30 amWhen good crops go bad: the evolution of invasives and weeds from food plants
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumEllstrand, Norman.invasive species
Evolution
Weed
crop wild relative
crop
feral
SY06006July 30th 11:00 amHow to create an agricultural weed: convergent evolution and the origin of weedy red rice populations
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumCaicedo, Ana.Oryza sativa
seed shattering
quantitative trati loci
parallel evolution
weed evolution
adaptation
SY06007July 30th 11:30 amBarley: Genetic Providence and Genetic Provenance Of a Diverse Crop
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumMorrell, Peter L..population genetics
adaptation
barley
Tuesday, July 30th
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm · Grand Ballroom A/Riverside Hilton
Session C7: Colloquium: Speaking of food: connecting basic and applied science
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C7001July 30th 2:00 pmUsing food and agriculture to start the conversation about plant science
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Colloquium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumNovy, Ari.Science Education
 agriculture 
food
botanical garden
C7002July 30th 2:15 pmBasic science contributions to crop wild relative conservation in Oxalis
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Colloquium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumEmshwiller, Eve; Gardner, Andrew.Oxalis tuberosa
Oxalidaceae
Domestication
crop evolution
crop wild relative
conservation genetics
C7003July 30th 2:30 pmGenetics of Carthamus tinctorius L. (safflower): Domestication, diversity, and evolution of Carthamus
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Colloquium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumPearl, Stephanie; Bowers, John; Burke, John.Domestication
Genomics
population genetics
parallel evolution
safflower
C7004July 30th 2:45 pmGenetic structure and domestication of carrot (Daucus carota subsp. sativus L.) (Apiaceae)
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Colloquium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumIorizzo, Massimo; Senalik, Douglas; Ellison, Shelley; Grzebelus, Dariusz; Cavagnaro, Pablo; Allender, Charlotte; Brunet, Johanne; Spooner, David; Van Deynze, Allen; Simon, Philipp.Daucus carota
Domestication
carrot
C7005July 30th 3:00 pmMate limitation and reduced fertility in a clonally propagated perennial crop
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Colloquium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumSarmiento, Shaun; Bernhardt, Peter; Joseph, Michael; McAllister, Christine; Timmer, Jacob; Miller, Allison.self-incompatibility
mate limitation
crop evolution
Clonal plants
crop science
C7006July 30th 3:15 pmEarly inflorescence development in the grasses (Poaceae)
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Colloquium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumKellogg, Elizabeth; Camara, Paulo; Rudall, Paula; Ladd, Philip; Malcomber, Simon; Whipple, Clinton; Doust, Andrew.phyllotaxis
cereal crop
phylogeny
branching
shoot apical meristem
C7007July 30th 3:30 pmUtilization of Indigenous Edible Mindanao Ferns as an Alternative Food Source
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Colloquium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumAmoroso, Victor; Lagumbay, April Joie; Mendez, Rainear; de la Cruz, Reggie; Villalobos, Ann.pteridogarden
ferns
anti-oxidants
proteins
phytochemicals
fern gourmet
C7008July 30th 3:45 pmEvaluations of early Satsuma selections for California
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Colloquium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceSymposiumKahn, Tracy L..Satsuma
Mandarin orange
Citrus

Wednesday, July 31st

Wednesday, July 31st
7:55 am to 12:00 pm · Grand Ballroom A/Riverside Hilton
Session SY09: Symposium: Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexes
Presiding: Christoph Oberprieler, University of Regensburg
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SY09001July 31st 7:55 amSpecies tree reconstruction in polyploid complexes - an overview
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Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexesSymposiumOberprieler, Christoph.species tree
species network reconstruction
Polyploidy
Phylogeny
gene trees
SY09SUMJuly 31st 7:55 amSpecies tree reconstruction in polyploid complexes
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Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexesSymposiumOberprieler, Christoph; Oxelman, Bengt.phylogeny
gene trees
species trees
networks
polyploidy
SY09002July 31st 8:00 amPhylogenetic relationships and evolutionary patterns in the Alpine polyploid complex Jacobaea carniolica (Senecio carniolicus; Astercaeae)
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Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexesSymposiumSchneeweiss, Gerald; Winkler, Manuela; Flatscher, Ruth; Sonnleitner, Michaela; Escobar Garcia, Pedro; Suda, Jan; Hülber, Karl; Schönswetter, Peter.Polyploidy
speciation
reproductive isolation
ecological differentiation
cytotype mixture
SY09003July 31st 8:30 amFrom gene trees to species networks
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Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexesSymposiumNakhleh, Luay.hybridization
incomplete lineage sorting
phylogenetic network
gene tree
SY09004July 31st 9:00 amStatistical Inference of Allopolyploid Species Networks in the Presence of Incomplete Lineage Sorting
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Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexesSymposiumOxelman, Bengt.
SY09005July 31st 9:30 amSingle copy nuclear gene analysis of polyploidy in wild potatoes (Solanum section Petota)
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Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexesSymposiumCai, Danying; Rodríguez, Flor; Teng, Yuanwen; Ané, Cécile; Bonierbale, Merideth; Mueller, Lukas; Spooner, David.Potato
Polyploidy
Solanum
July 31st 10:00 amBreak
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Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexes
SY09007July 31st 10:15 amInferring species networks from gene trees in polyploid complexes by minimising deep coalescences: examples from the genera Leucanthemum and Leucanthemopsis (Compositae, Anthemideae)
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Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexesSymposiumTomasello, Salvatore; Konowalik, Kamil; Wagner, Florian; Oberprieler, Christoph.species network reconstruction
Polyploidy
SY09008July 31st 10:45 amThe origin of the Jerusalem artichoke: neither from Jerusalem nor an Artichoke
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Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexesSymposiumBock, Dan; Kane, Nolan; Ebert, Daniel; Rieseberg, Loren.Helianthus tuberosus
genome skimming
SY09009July 31st 11:15 amThe Potential of 454 Amplicon Sequencing for Studying a Polyploid Species Complex
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Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexesSymposiumPetri, Anna; Pfeil, Bernard; Yann, Bertrand; Tooming-Klunderud, Ave; Pirani, Atefeh ; Oxelman, Bengt.
July 31st 11:45 amDiscussion
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Species tree reconstruction in polyploid complexes
Wednesday, July 31st
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm · Grand Ballroom A/Riverside Hilton
Session SY12: Symposium: Past Presidents\' Symposium. Biodiversity: Past, Present, and Future
Presiding: Stephen Weller, University of California Irvine
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SY12SUMJuly 31st 1:30 pmPast Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and Future
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureSymposiumWeller, Stephen; Skog, Judith; Holsinger, Kent.biodiversity
July 31st 2:00 pmIntroduction
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and Future
SY12002July 31st 2:15 pmThe “Endless Forms”: Genetics, Development, and Evolution of Flower Color and Shape
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureSymposiumYuan, Yaowu; Sagawa, Janelle; Bradshaw, Toby.Flower color and shape
Mimulus
Genetics
Development
Evolution
SY12003July 31st 2:45 pmFloristic change during a global greenhouse event 56 million years ago: what can we learn about the future?
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureSymposiumWing, Scott.global change
climate
Paleobotany
extinction
SY12004July 31st 3:15 pmNew insights on the origins of extant fern diversity
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureSymposiumSchuettpelz, Eric.biodiversity
divergence time estimation
diversification
ferns
mega-phylogeny approach
July 31st 3:45 pmBreak
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and Future
SY12006July 31st 4:15 pmThe dark side of N: Why nitrogen is dangerous for native plant diversity and what we can do about it
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureSymposiumSuding, Katharine.nitrogen
biodiversity
alpine tundra
microbial
competition
global change
Species richness
SY12007July 31st 4:45 pmBiodiversity in a fragmented landscape: linking forest productivity, introduced predators, and native arthropod and bird communities in lava-fragmented ecosystems in Hawaii
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureSymposiumFukami, Tadashi; Wilson, Erin E.; Knowlton, Jessie L.; Gruner, Daniel S.; Leopold, Devin R.; Flaspohler, David J.; Giardina, Christian P..ecology
island biogeography
SY12008July 31st 5:15 pmPlant Conservation in a Changing World
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureSymposiumHavens, Kayri; Vitt, Pati.conservation
global change
restoration
seed banking
July 31st 5:45 pmDiscussion
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and Future
Wednesday, July 31st
6:00 pm to 6:30 pm · Grand Ballroom A/Riverside Hilton
Session S6: Special Lecture: BSA Incoming President\'s Special Lecture
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S6001July 31st 6:00 pm"Learned Societies" -- Past, Present, and Future?
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Address of the BSA President-Elect Special AddressDiggle, Pamela.

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