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BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Seminar Schedule Spring 2014

Monday, Room 218 Hubbard Hall at 4pm-5pm 


Seminars are free and open to the public.   Attendance is required for all students enrolled in Biol 497, Biol 797 and all current graduate students.

If you need additional information, please contact Dr. Leland Russell 316-978-3111 or leland.russell@wichita.edu.

DATE SPEAKER AFFILIATION TITLE
1/27/14 Orientation enrolled students only  
2/3/14 William Picking 
Molecular Bioscience Lecture*
Department of Microbiology and Molecular Biology, Oklahoma State University "Enteric Diseases: Our role in improving global public health."
2/10/14 Charles Nilon Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, University of Missouri "What makes an urban biota 'urban'?"
2/17/14 Eli Bridge Oklahoma Biological Survey, University of Oklahoma "Push-pull migration dynamics:  insights from tracking a 15 gram songbird."
2/24/14 Andrew Sensenig Department of Biology, Tabor College "Physics of spider webs."
3/3/14 Michael Detamore Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, University of Kansas "Gradients and 'raw materials' in tissue engineering."
3/10/14 Thomas L. Dickson Department of Biology, University of Nebraska-Omaha "Restoration of plant diversity--effects of plant diversity on biofuel productivity."
3/17/14 NO CLASS SPRING BREAK NO CLASS
3/24/14 Jessica Sewald Department of Biology, Missouri State University "Multidisciplinary approaches to bat conservation, from habitat modeling to public education."
3/31/14 Graduate Students/William Welch Department of Biological Sciences, Wichita State University/Wichita High School North TBA/Herpetofauna survey of Gerber Reserve 2014
4/7/14 Kyoungtae Kim Department of Biology, Missouri State University "Dynamic-like protein Vps-1 in vesicular traffic."
4/14/14 Phillip G. Popovich
Molecular Biosciences Lecture*
Department of Neuroscience, Ohio State University "Reprogramming innate immune response to repair the injured spinal cord."
4/21/14 Graduate Students Department of Biological Sciences, Wichita State University TBA
4/28/14

Craig Freeman
HERBARIUM DEDICATION

Kansas Biological Survey, University of Kansas "Herbaria in the 21st century:  beyond cabinets of curiosity."
5/5/14 Graduate Students Department of Biological Sciences, Wichita State University TBA

*THE MOLECULAR BIOSCIENCES LECTURE SERIES IS SPONSORED BY
Wichita State University’s:
Department of Biological Sciences       Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Department of Chemistry                                 Office of Research and Technology Transfer