Seminar Series: Spring 2017

BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT  
4:00 pm*
CNS 112

*unless otherwise noted

Everyone is welcome to attend!
Refreshments beforehand* (3:45-4:00pm)
CNS first floor lobby
*Please bring your own reusable mug for beverages. Reuse, reduce, recycle!  
 

The Biology department offers a seminar (BIOL 41100/41200) series each semester representing a broad range of topics in  biology.  These seminars are open to the entire community.  Refreshments are offered prior to the seminar and students are invited to meet with the speaker in a small group following the talk to answer questions related to the topic presented, or to answer questions regarding different careers in Biology.

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January 26          Introductory meeting for students taking
                              Biology Seminar BIOL-411/41200    

February 2        Joshua Moyer, Ithaca College
                           
"Sharks: The morphology and evolution
                              of elasmobranch fishes"

FRI., FEB 10       Adam Zelehowsky, Fall '16 Jr. Research
12:05-12:20           
“Investigating the freezing resistance
                              mechanisms of grasses in the Pooideae"

February 16      Kiran Madura (Biology '81),
                         
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School,
                          Rutgers University

                               "Defining the site of   nuclear protein
                                degradation: a simple question
                                 with a complex answer"

             ALSO: meeting PreHealth Students,
             12:10 p.m., CNS 1C, Attend the Q&A session.  

March 2             Sarah Garcia (Biology '09)
                             "Twitters, tweets and trills: Morphological
                               bases of avian vocal diversity"

March 9             Randy Fuller, Colgate University
                               "Impacts of in-stream and whole drainage
                                 basin lime amendments on the structure
                                 and function of acid-stressed Adirondack
                                 Mountain streams”

March 23          Carolyn Vitale (Biology '08)
                              "Thrombosis and infection:
                               a sticking point"

             ALSO: meeting PreHealth Students,
             12:10 p.m., CNS 115. Attend the Q&A session  

March 30         Student Research Options for
                            SUMMER & Fall           

                            All students interested in enrolling in
                            BIOL-302 MUST attend

April 13      Whalen Symposium
 

April 27    Biology Honors Symposium
 

       6:15 pm,  Tri-Beta Induction, CNS 1B
 

Monday, May 1  Biochemistry Research Symposium
CNS 115
 

May 2-4   Biology Jr. Research Symposium

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