Students display research at poster sessions

Abraham Motau, a graduate student in the Geography Department, discuses his research titled "Using Potential for Conflict Index to assess public attitudes and perceptions towards living with elephants in Botswana-the case of Sankoyo village, Ngamiland" with Vice President for Research Bahgat Sammakia at the Research Days Poster Session in the Mandela Room on April 24.
Photo by Jonathan Cohen

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