The Biology Seminar Series:
- exposes students to an important form of scientific communication: the research seminar.
- provides an opportunity for students and faculty to interact with the scientists from other institutions.
- allows students to meet informally with speakers in small groups or at dinner to discuss science, careers, and research.
- encourages students to begin joining in scientific dialogue by asking questions during and after seminars.
- Thursday, Sept. 14, at 4:15 p.m. in Higley Auditorium: Karen Hicks, professor of biology at Kenyon College, “It’s the time of the season: Dissecting the genetic basis of seasonal reproduction in the moss Physcomitrium patens"
- Thursday, Oct. 12, at 4:15 p.m. in Higley Auditorium: Danielle Hamill, professor of Biology at Ohio Wesleyan University, “Isolation and Characterization of Novel Nematodes”
- Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 11:10 a.m. in Higley Auditorium: Susan Marqusee, the Eveland Warren Endowed Chair and professor of molecular and cell biology and professor of chemistry at UC Berkeley, "Probing the Energy Landscape of Protein Folding" Cosponsor with Chemistry Department"
- Thursday, Nov. 9, at 11:10 a.m. in Higley Auditorium: Gerry Carter, assistant professor of biology at The Ohio State University, “Cooperative Relationships in Vampire Bats”
Recordings of previous speakers will be available via Google Drive (please note that recordings are only accessible to current students, faculty and staff).