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James Huggins, university professor of biology, shows off a falcon at Union Night, a part of the homecoming festivities. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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James Huggins, university professor of biology, shows off a falcon at Union Night, a part of the homecoming festivities. - Morris Abernathy
President David S. Dockery greets James Huggins, university professor of biology, after the Fall Convocation service.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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President David S. Dockery greets James Huggins, university professor of biology, after the Fall Convocation service. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. James Huggins, University Professor of Biology, shows visitors to Union owl that the biology department has in their wildlife rehabilitation center. This was part of the Senior Adult Extravaganza.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. James Huggins, University Professor of Biology, shows visitors to Union owl that the biology department has in their wildlife rehabilitation center. This was part of the Senior Adult Extravaganza. - Morris Abernathy
Jason Castles is congratulated by Dr. James Huggins after being named Staff Member of the Year at the Awards Day chapel. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Jason Castles is congratulated by Dr. James Huggins after being named Staff Member of the Year at the Awards Day chapel. - Morris Abernathy
Biology professor James Huggins gives a presentation on the rescued owl that the Biology department takes care of.  Art students were the attendees of the presentation. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Biology professor James Huggins gives a presentation on the rescued owl that the Biology department takes care of. Art students were the attendees of the presentation. - Kristi McMurry
Biology professor James Huggins gives a presentation on the rescued owl that the Biology department takes care of.  Art students were the attendees of the presentation. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Biology professor James Huggins gives a presentation on the rescued owl that the Biology department takes care of. Art students were the attendees of the presentation. - Kristi McMurry
Following a formal dedication ceremony for the building, Union University Biology Professor James Huggins describes the advantages of White Hall for first-time visitors and shows off the new Edward P. Hammons Center for Scientific Studies. - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder
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Following a formal dedication ceremony for the building, Union University Biology Professor James Huggins describes the advantages of White Hall for first-time visitors and shows off the new Edward P. Hammons Center for Scientific Studies. - Stephanie Schroeder
Biology Professor James Huggins describes the new possibilities for students in the new $20 million White Hall. Students had a chance to tour the building prior to the conclusion of the spring semester. - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder
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Biology Professor James Huggins describes the new possibilities for students in the new $20 million White Hall. Students had a chance to tour the building prior to the conclusion of the spring semester. - Stephanie Schroeder
Dr. James Huggins goes off the boardwalk to pick up trash at Cypress Grove during Day of Remembrance. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. James Huggins goes off the boardwalk to pick up trash at Cypress Grove during Day of Remembrance. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. James Huggins, Jill Konkol and Erin Moody pick up trash at Cypress Grove Nature Park during Day of Remembrance. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. James Huggins, Jill Konkol and Erin Moody pick up trash at Cypress Grove Nature Park during Day of Remembrance. - Morris Abernathy
Michael Hayes ('74 - center) was recently inducted into the Hammons Society of Fellows, a program that promotes professionals and their efforts to advance the cause of Christ in the area of science.  He is pictured here at his induction with Barbara McMillin, dean of the college of arts & sciences; Charles Baldwin, OP and Evalyn Hammons university professor of pre-medical studies; David S. Dockery, president; and James Huggins, director of the Hammons Center for Scientific Studies. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Michael Hayes ('74 - center) was recently inducted into the Hammons Society of Fellows, a program that promotes professionals and their efforts to advance the cause of Christ in the area of science. He is pictured here at his induction with Barbara McMillin, dean of the college of arts & sciences; Charles Baldwin, OP and Evalyn Hammons university professor of pre-medical studies; David S. Dockery, president; and James Huggins, director of the Hammons Center for Scientific Studies. - Jim Veneman
Dr. James Huggins interacts with Aiko, an 18 year old golden eagle, who is housed at Cypress Grove Nature Park. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. James Huggins interacts with Aiko, an 18 year old golden eagle, who is housed at Cypress Grove Nature Park. - Morris Abernathy
Biology professor James Huggins speaks on Environmental Ethics at the Urban Ecology Town & Gown Series. - Photo by Kathleen Murray
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Biology professor James Huggins speaks on Environmental Ethics at the Urban Ecology Town & Gown Series. - Kathleen Murray
Biology professor James Huggins speaks on Environmental Ethics at the Urban Ecology Town & Gown Series. - Photo by Kathleen Murray
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Biology professor James Huggins speaks on Environmental Ethics at the Urban Ecology Town & Gown Series. - Kathleen Murray
Biology professor James Huggins speaks on Environmental Ethics at the Urban Ecology Town & Gown Series. - Photo by Kathleen Murray
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Biology professor James Huggins speaks on Environmental Ethics at the Urban Ecology Town & Gown Series. - Kathleen Murray
Biology faculty members Carol Weaver and James Huggins prepare for Union's December graduation ceremony. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Biology faculty members Carol Weaver and James Huggins prepare for Union's December graduation ceremony. - Jim Veneman
Groundbreaking for Roy L. White Hall was held on Friday morning, Dec. 6, 2002. Participating in the ceremony were (from left to right) Jackson mayor Charles Farmer; Campus Master Plan chair Gary Taylor; Biology department chair James Huggins; Madison County major Jerry Gist; TLM Associates president Dennis Henderson; Chemistry/Physics department chair Randy Johnston; President David S. Dockery; Trustee and benefactor Roy L. White; and Trustee chairman Mike Weeks. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Groundbreaking for Roy L. White Hall was held on Friday morning, Dec. 6, 2002. Participating in the ceremony were (from left to right) Jackson mayor Charles Farmer; Campus Master Plan chair Gary Taylor; Biology department chair James Huggins; Madison County major Jerry Gist; TLM Associates president Dennis Henderson; Chemistry/Physics department chair Randy Johnston; President David S. Dockery; Trustee and benefactor Roy L. White; and Trustee chairman Mike Weeks. - Jim Veneman
Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Biology Department Chair, is currently working with eighteen Mississippi kites to reintroduce them back into the wild. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Biology Department Chair, is currently working with eighteen Mississippi kites to reintroduce them back into the wild. - Jim Veneman
Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Biology Department Chair, is currently working with eighteen Mississippi kites to reintroduce them back into the wild. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Biology Department Chair, is currently working with eighteen Mississippi kites to reintroduce them back into the wild. - Jim Veneman
Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Biology Department Chair, is currently working with eighteen Mississippi kites to reintroduce them back into the wild. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Biology Department Chair, is currently working with eighteen Mississippi kites to reintroduce them back into the wild. - Jim Veneman
Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Biology Department Chair, is currently working with eighteen Mississippi kites to reintroduce them back into the wild. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Biology Department Chair, is currently working with eighteen Mississippi kites to reintroduce them back into the wild. - Jim Veneman
Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Biology Department Chair, is currently working with eighteen Mississippi kites to reintroduce them back into the wild. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Biology Department Chair, is currently working with eighteen Mississippi kites to reintroduce them back into the wild. - Jim Veneman
Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Department Chair, works with Union senior and biology major Josh Mann, capturing small mammals for a small mammal diversity study. - Photo by Jim Veneman
4/10/02 | 101 | XL
Dr. James A. Huggins, University Professor of Biology and Department Chair, works with Union senior and biology major Josh Mann, capturing small mammals for a small mammal diversity study. - Jim Veneman

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