Red Clay Conference to focus on Georgia’s energy potential
Georgia’s energy policy and future alternatives will be the focus of the 17th annual Red Clay Conference to be held April 1 at Dean Rusk Hall. The one-day conference is open to the public. Registration is $50, and a catered lunch will be provided for an additional $10. The $50 fee will be waived for faculty, staff and students.
Office of Communications and Public Relations, "Red Clay Conference to focus on Georgia’s energy potential" (2005). Kiosk Announcements. Paper 17.
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