Vietnam vet, CSC faculty member to deliver presentation as part of lecture series



Bruce Hoem, associate professor of Counseling, Psychology & Social Work is set to deliver a presentation titled, “Vietnam – Stories of a Time Near and Far,” as part of the 2011-12 Dorset Graves Lecture Series. Hoem will be speaking 7 p.m., Tuesday in King Library  #108.


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