Speaker: Katrina Blandino (Advisor:Beery) Peer Social Motivation – Using operant conditioning to compare the social motivation of meadow and prairie vole pairs
Speaker: Noah Blohm (Advisor: Bickar) Early detection of Parkinson’s Disease utilizing saliva samples and dopamine assays
Speaker: Kathleen Moshofsky (Advisor: Beery) Variability in Behavior Between Sexes of Reproductively Cycling and Non Cycling Species
Mon 2/27 12:10 – 1:00 pm. McConnell 103. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
The Mary Elizabeth Dickason King ’47, M.D. Annual Lecture Series in the Life Sciences:
The Impact of Post-Transcriptional Regulation on Stress and Antibiotic Tolerance in Mycobacteria
Scarlet S. Shell, ’01, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology and Biotechnology, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Mon 02/27, 4:30pm- 5:30pm, McC 103. Refreshments starting at 4:15 pm
How to Regenerate New Organs from Old Cells: The Lessons learned from Regenerating Amphibians
Catherine McCusker, Biology, UMASS, Boston
Tue 2/28, 12:00pm, McC 103. Lunch Provided.
Thesis Talks: Htoo Tint Wai
Wed 03/01, 12:10 pm, Ford 240. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
A Dialogue on Creating Inclusive Classrooms at Smith College
with Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum
Wed 03/01, 4:30 pm – 6 pm, Weinstein Auditorium, Wright Hall
Taking the long way home: Orbits of plane partitions
Oliver Pechenik, Rutgers University
Thu 03/02, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm, Burton 304. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
Health and STEM Professions Lunchbags
Physicians Assistants: Who are we, What we do, and How did we get there?
Jessica Sweeney ’14
Fri 03/03, 12:15-1:00pm, McC103. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
Spring Bulb Show: Fields of Flowers
Saturday, March 4, 2017 – Sunday, March 19, 2017. Lyman Conservatory