Life Science Lunchbags:
Preliminary Honors Presentations
Katrina Anderson, Biological Sciences
Reelin in autism spectrum disorders: investigating the role of reelin-disabled signaling in neural development and disease
Angela O’Donnell, Biological Sciences
Elucidating Testate Amoeba Biodiversity: An analysis of Hyalosphenia spp.
Rebecca Kuzma, Biological Sciences
Design and Optimization of a Quantitative PCR Assay for the Detection of Ross River Virus
Mon 2/19, 12:10 – 1:00 pm. McC 103. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
The Mary Elizabeth Dickason King ’47, M.D. Annual Lecture Series in the Life Sciences:
The Mathematics of Molecular Regulatory Networks
Bree Cummins, Assistant Research Professor, Montana State University
Mon 2/19, 4:30pm, McC 103. Refreshments served at 4:00pm in McC Foyer
Sigma Xi Lecture Series:
Resilience in Development: Progress and Promise
Ann Masten ’73 Child Development, University of Minnesota
Tue 2/20, 12:00pm, McC 103. Lunch Provided.
Wed 2/21, 12:10 pm, Ford 240. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
- Advertising executive Rochelle “Shelly” Braff Lazarus ’68
- Psychologist Ann Stringfellow Masten ’73
- Art museum leader Rebecca Rabinow ’88
- Computer science advocate Kimberly Scott ’91
Wed 2/21 1:30 p.m. John M. Greene Hall
Math Lunch Talk:
Say Hello to Monte Carlo Simulation
Thomas R. Willemain, Professor Emeritus, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Thu 2/22, 12:00pm, Math Forum, Burton 304. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
Health and STEM Professions Lunchbags
Skimming and Speed Reading with Kelly Vogel from the Jacobson Center
Fri 2/23, 12:10pm, McConnell 103. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.