Vice Provost and Dean Helps Save Florida’s Natural Environment

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Vice Provost and Dean of the College of Graduate Studies, Dr. Ross Hinkle, leads by example when it comes to conserving Florida’s natural treasures and protecting them for future generations to experience and enjoy. In a recent article, UCF Today highlighted Dr. Hinkle for both his conservation work in Brevard County and his endeavors as a leader in the university. Follow the link to read more about Dr. Hinkle’s conservation efforts with both the Environmentally Endangered Lands program and here at UCF.

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