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The 2014 National Conference on Urban Entomology will be held next May 18-21, at the Embassy Suites, on the river walk in San Antonio, Texas.

| March 24, 2014

Don’t forget to register by April 2 for the pre-registration rate of $200 for the 2014 NCUE. (Click here for the registration form). After April 2, registration increases to $300. Hotel room rate will be honored until April 18.

The 2014 National Conference on Urban Entomology will be held next May 18-21, at the Embassy Suites, on the river walk in San Antonio, Texas. The hotel registration deadline is April 21, 2014.

The NCUE is a bi-annual gathering of pest management professionals and scientists in industry, academia and government.

To learn more about the conference and to register visit http://ncue.tamu.edu.

Click here for the Embassy Suites hotel information.

 

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