Join us at noon in Trout Auditorium (100 Vaughan Literature Bldg.). All are welcome!

Spring 2015

Thursday, Feb. 19 - Darwin Day Talk

Jonathan Gottschall, Ph.D., Author, Formerly of Washington & Jefferson
"The Storytelling Animal: How Stories Make Us Human"
Host: Prof. Chris Martine
co-sponsored by funds from the University Lectureship Committee, the Burpee Chair in Plant Genetics, the Department of English, and the Bucknell Innovation Group (BIG).

Thursday, Feb. 26

Michael Day, Ph.D., Microbiologist and Lead Scientist - Avian Viruses,
Endemic Poultry Viral Diseases Research Unit USDA/ARS Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory Athens, GA
"A metagenomic journey into the avian gut: Investigating the poultry enteric microbiome"
Host: Prof. Emily Stowe
co-sponsored by funds from Phi Sigma, Biology Honorary Society

Thursday, March 19

Ingrid Jordon-Thaden, Ph.D., Burpee Postdoctoral Fellow, Biology Department, Bucknell University
"Using transcriptomics to uncover evolutionary patterns of unusual reproductive behaviors in flowering plants"
Host: Prof. Chris Martine

Thursday, April 2

Florian Reyda, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biology, SUNY Oneonta
"Biology of tapeworms in Amazon River rays"
Hosts: Prof. Steve Jordan/Prof. Chris Martine

Thursday, April 16

Anthony R. Cillo '10, Ph.D. Candidate, Molecular Virology & Microbiology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
"Human Immunodeficiency Virus: persistence and curative strategies"
Host: Prof. Elizabeth Marin

View or print the spring 2015 seminar schedule (pdf).


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