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Sept. 24, 2003 — The University of the Virgin Islands Bulletin Board issued Sept. 122 has these announcements:
Open House, Tour of UVI's Sheep Research Facility Scheduled September 25
UVI's Animal Science Program will conduct an open house at the Agricultural Experiment Station on St. Croix from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25.
Included will be a tour of the sheep research facility, viewing of the hair sheep flock, reviews of current animal research and the results of student projects. For details call 692-4942 or 692-4020.
UVI Debate Society to Argue For and Against Staying in Iraq
The UVI Debate Society will conduct this academic year's initial interisland debate from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25, at Chase Auditorium (Business Education Room 110) on the St. Thomas campus.
Three-person teams representing the society's St. Croix and St. Thomas chapters will participate. They will debate the topic "Should the United States remain in Iraq until reconstruction is completed?" The St. Thomas debaters will argue for staying, while the St. Croix team will argue for leaving. The debate is free and open to the public. Debate society adviser Prof. Gene Emanuel encourages Debate Society members as well as student from all academic areas to attend.
For more information contact Prof. Emanuel at 693-1348.
UVI Students to Share Research Results at Fall Symposium
Thirty UVI students will share the results of their recent research projects in science and mathematics at the third annual Fall Research Symposium scheduled from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28, at the UVI Sports and Fitness Center on the St. Thomas campus.
Students will display their work in poster presentations and will be on hand to discuss the results. "Some of this is cutting-edge research," said Prof. Camille MacKayle, a project director with UVI's Emerging Caribbean Scientists Program which is organizing the symposium. Dr. MacKayle encourages the public to "come out and be amazed at what our students are doing."
The research to be presented was done by students working along side UVI faculty on both St. Thomas and St. Croix and, in some cases, at off-island institutions. Areas studied include mathematics, biology, marine science, psychology and computer science. Other project directors include UVI professors Dr. Teresa Turner, Dr. Marc Boumedine and Dr. Robert Stolz.
The symposium is free and open to the general public. For more information contact the UVI Emerging Caribbean Scientists Program at 693-1232. The program is supported by grants from the National Science Foundation and from the National Institutes of Health.
For more on the University of the Virgin Islands, visit the Web site at www.uvi.edu.

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