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Learn how you can contribute and write for The Conversation during one of two presentations being offered on Tuesday, March 6. The one-hour presentations will be held:
RIT faculty member who have been recently published in The Conversation will share their experiences.
Faculty, please RSVP to Susan Rosinski at 585-475-5212 or email@example.com.
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