Candidate: Carlos M. Peredo
Defense Date: April 7, 2015 @ 10:00am
Location: Exploratory Hall 3301
Title: A Statistical Analysis Of Marine Mammal Dispersal Routes Across Major Ocean Regions Using Beta Diversity At The Generic Level
SPRING 2020 Semester (modified due to COVID-19)
MLK Day (university closed): Jan 20
First day of classes: Jan 21
Spring Break (extended): Mar 9-20
Dissertation/Thesis Deadline: May 8
Last day of classes: May 11
Reading Day(s): May 12
Final Exam Period: May 13-20
University Commencement: May 22 (tentative)
COVID-19 DATE CHANGES – For the complete modified spring calendar, see https://registrar.gmu.edu/calendars/spring-2020/ and for latest COVID-19 updates, see: https://www2.gmu.edu/coronavirus
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