Faculty Reservations for Hedrick Smith — October 24, 2013

Faculty Reservations for Hedrick Smith -- October 24, 2013

Thank you for your interest in attending a lecture by Hedrick Smith. Please choose one of the times listed below and the total number of seats you are requesting for your class or group. These lectures are held during the regular class schedule; we are happy to be able to open these lectures to the community.
  • Please enter a value between 1 and 35.
    Please indicate how many persons, including yourself, will be attending the lecture at the selected time.
  • After you click "submit," you will receive a confirmation email. Please bring that with you on October 24. Plan to arrive at least ten minutes prior to the scheduled lecture. If you have special needs or require additional information, call Jen Cerami at (603) 535-3500.

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Speare Administration Building, MSC 24
Plymouth NH 03264-1595

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