UW Provost Town Hall: February 24, 2015
Join UW Provost and Executive Vice President Ana Mari Cauce as she shares key priorities for the current academic year, addresses topics of interest to the campus community and answers questions from the audience. http://uwtv.org 02/24/2015
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5.3 GM Nation? The public debate

The key objective of the national dialogue on GM was to allow the exchange of views and information - members of the public would presumably learn more about the issues; experts and policy makers would learn more of the reasoning behind the public's concerns.

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