Spring 2022 Seminars
Wednesdays at 4:00 PM in BI 234
Also streaming LIVE on ZOOM Meeting ID 980 8035 1166 / Passcode 377803
"The more things change, the more they stay the same: Rapid and dynamic evolution in ancient and essential traits"
Annalise Paaby / Assistant Professor / School of Biological Sciences / Georgia Institute of Technology
"VR killed the video star: Neurocognition, virtual reality, and augmented reality in science education"
Jonah Firestone / Assistant Professor / College of Education / Washington State University
"Grower orientated research to manage plant diseases"
Chakradhar Mattupalli / Assistant Professor / Dept. of Plant Pathology, College of Agricultural, Human, & Natural Resources / Washington State University
"Effects of plastic marine debris on ocean surface ecosystems"
Linsey Haram / AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow, SERC Research Associate / Smithsonian Institute
Phase II Advising Workshop (NO SEMINAR)
"The unsung hero of mitosis: the midbody is a novel translating organelle important for cell fate"
Ahna Skop / Discovery Fellow / Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
Followed by, Conversations in Sci-Art: Ahna Skop, Geneticist in conversation with Sasha Petrenko, Media Artist
"From humans to mice and back again: Understanding disease in ankylosing spondylitis"
Ruth Napier / Assistant Professor / Dept. of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology / Oregon Health & Science University
"Scouting porcupines, fearful elk and niche-crashing kangaroo rats: the importance of relaxing assumptions in spatial ecology"
Tim Bean / Assistant Professor / Biological Sciences Department / Calpoly / San Luis Obispo
Other Events of Interest
Hannah Fisher's thesis presentation: Primary cilia display a non-uniform response to intracellular calcium release
May 31, midday on zoom. Meeting ID: 920 1463 8502