Fall 2015 Departmental Seminar Series SCHEDULE:
Visiting scientists talk about their biology research in 50-minute PowerPoint presentations that are open to the public. Held in Sci 214 at 4:00 pm Tuesday during the semester, talks are preceded by coffee and cookies at 3:45 pm and followed by a question-and-answer period.
Join Us in Celebrating 50 Years of Doctoral Programs in Biology
|When:||Saturday, Oct 3rd|
|Why:||As part of our celebration this semester of the 50th anniversary of Doctoral Programs in biology at ISU. In addition to this event, we have several alumni returning to give departmental seminars and talk about their career paths: Fall 2015 Tuesday 4 pm Seminar Schedule).|
|What:||The schedule for Saturday Oct 3rd includes daytime events and an evening banquet celebration with nationally-recognized mandolin & guitar performers and highlights of the programs. For more details see this pdf|
|Where:||daytime, Science building; evening, Dede I in the HMSU.|
Please register so we know how many plan on participating! Register for daytime and/or evening events, and to provide abstract for your presentation if participating in the Research Symposium: REGISTRATION
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