Events

The School of Biological Sciences hosts a weekly seminar series that covers research across the breadth of the biological sciences. All students and faculty are invited to attend. Seminars take place during the Fall and Spring semesters on Thursdays at 11:00 AM in Engineered Biosystems Building (EBB) 1005 unless otherwise noted - all students and faculty are invited to attend.

We are grateful to School of Biological Sciences faculty/staff, our alumnae and VWR International for their donations in support of our seminar program.

For speaker and topic suggestions, please contact, Shuyi Nie. If you have questions about logistics or would like to set up an appointment with a speaker, please contact please contact the School of Biological Sciences' Administrative office.

Feb
23
Sponges on Caribbean Reefs: From Molecules to MPAs and Macroecology
Feb
28
Gordon Smith, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Feb
28
Nicole Swann, University of California San Francisco
Feb
28
An illustrated non-technical lecture open to the public
Mar
02
Evolution of the bacterial metabolism of dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP), a major source of marine sulfur emissions to the atmosphere
Mar
03
A workshop sponsored by the GT ADVANCE Program
Mar
03
Engaging through social media is a key communications avenue for STEM professionals.
Mar
08
IMPACT presents Terry Maple, Elizabeth S. Watts Professor Emeritus at Georgia Tech
Mar
16
Karolin Luger, University of Colorado
Mar
23
Irene Newton, Indiana University