John Owens was Harlan vice chancellor for the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources and vice president for agriculture and natural resources for the University of Nebraska from January 2001 through July 2010.

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2001

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Governor's Ag Conference, John Owens

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Husker Feed Grains and Soybean Conference, John Owens

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IANR Day, John Owens

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Intro for Marjorie Kostelnik, John Owens

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Lincoln Downtown Rotary Club, John Owens

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Master Conservationist Presentations - 2001, John Owens

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NACEB Luncheon, John Owens

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Nebraska Agribusiness Club, John Owens

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Nebraska Agricultural Leadership Council, John Owens

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Nebraska Bankers Association, John Owens

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Nebraska Cattlemen/Nebraska Cattle Women Conference, John Owens

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Nebraska Cooperative Council 56th Annual Meeting, John Owens

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Nebraska Farm Bureau Legislative Conference, John Owens

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Nebraska LEAD XXI Fellow/Spouses Dinner, John Owens

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Nebraska Pork Producers Association, John Owens

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New Student Enrollment, John Owens

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Northeast Research and Extension Center VIP Tour, John Owens

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Panhandle Spring Conference, John Owens

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Plattsmouth Rotary February Meeting (Farmer's Day Program), John Owens

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Ron Horst, John Owens

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Serving Rural Nebraska Panhandle, John Owens

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Sustainable Families Action Team - IANR Team Effort Award, John Owens

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Testimony to Appropriations Committee, John Owens

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Testimony to Appropriations Committee (Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture), John Owens

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The Land Grant University Movement and IANR: Animal Science Seminar Series, John Owens

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The Land Grant University Movement and the Future of IANR UAAD, John Owens

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University of Nebraska Board of Regents/ Academic Affairs Committee: Engagement with Community, John Owens

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Welcome, John Owens

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Welcome, John Owens

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What is higher education?, John Owens

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Nebraska Agri-Business Association (formerly Nebraska Fertilizer and Ag-Chemical Institute), John C. Owens