Jan Shaw will share her photos and videos of birds and the Zapotec Indian cultures from the states of Sinaloa and Durango down through Oaxaca. The wetlands, arid valleys and forested mountains produce many bird endemics. Sundquist Science Complex, Room D125. Refreshments are served.
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Do you want to learn American Sign Language? Continuing Education ASL classes are now available at APSU.
ASL Beginners 1
May 2nd-June 8
ASL Beginners 1 (Once A Week Extended Class)
May 3rd-July 19
ASL Intermediate 1
May 1st- June 7
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