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EDUCATION NOTES: Mongolian troupe to perform at UMC

The Art College of Inner Mongolia University Troupe will be holding a special performance at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Crookston High School Auditorium.

The Art College of Inner Mongolia University Troupe will be holding a special performance at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Crookston High School Auditorium.

The award-winning troupe explores, arranges and develops Mongolian local music and dance art. It is a unique culture of Chinese folk art because Mongolian folk art is significantly diverse in its styles and expressions.

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• The Grand Forks County Envirothon team will hold an informational meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the USDA Office, 4775 Technology Circle, for high school students interested in environmental science. The theme of this year's competition is "Sustainable Agriculture/Locally Grown."

• The 13th annual Red River Women's Studies Conference will be Friday on the second floor of the Memorial Union at UND. The theme is "R/Evolution: Creating Women and Gender Studies" featuring speakers Dr. Cristina Alcalde, Dr. Adeyinka Bruce Omotunde and Anna Astvatsaturian Turcotte. Register at bit.ly/1fmE644.

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• UND College of Arts and Sciences will be hosting a series of interdisciplinary sustainable landscape management seminars and workshops throughout the school year. The first will be at noon Friday in the UND College of Education and Human Development Building. It will feature guest speaker Dr. David Engle speaking on the topic "Conserving Biodiversity on Working Lands in the Great Plains."

• The Ramp Up to Readiness and Minnesota Principals' Academy will be 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Oct. 10 at the UMC Bede Ballroom. The presentation is targeted at students in grades 6-12 in an effort to provide them with the knowledge, skills and habits necessary for success in a high-quality college program.

• The UND Entrepreneurship Department has honored College of Business and Public Administration Dean Dennis Elbert as an "Entrepreneurship Changemaker" and inducted former entrepreneurship student Tommy Leikas into its Hall of Fame.

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