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CFI Student Leadership Conference 2011!

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Hello all! Dave here again. I will be out of town until Monday attending the Center for Inquiry’s 2011 Student Leadership Conference in Amherst, New York. I’m very excited about this. SASHA President Tony Lakey, Katie Hartman (Co-Organizer of Skepticon IV), and Mark Dally (President of the Washington University skeptics’ group in St Louis) will be carpooling with me. I will do my best to report on our activities on this blog while I’m there. This should be a very informative session for all and we hope to bring back lots of great ideas for next year.

Financial disclosure: No Mizzou ORG or MU SASHA treasury funds were used for our travel expenses nor for the conference registration fee.

For more information about the conference, see their website here:

and here is the Facebook event page:

Until next time!

– Dave

P.S. If you haven’t yet registered for Skepticon IV (November 2011 in Springfield, MO), you can now register online here. Please also donate if you can to help make it possible for more low-budget students to attend!

Dave Muscato is Vice President of MU SASHA. He is a junior at Mizzou majoring in economics & anthropology and minoring in philosophy & Latin, and posts updates to the SASHA blog every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday. His website is


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