EEB Department Seminar

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Almost every week during the fall and spring semesters the EEB has a departmental seminar[http://hydrodictyon.eeb.uconn.edu/eebwww/seminars.php] in which a member of the faculty invites a researcher to give a presentation about their work. Typically the department seminar is held on Thursdays at 4pm in [[BSP]] 130. Often the seminar presenter will be available on campus for one or two days prior to their talk, in order to meet with interested students and faculty by appointment. EEB department seminars sometimes alternate with seminars in the [[Edwin Way Teale Lecture Series]], which occur less frequently. One departmental seminar per year is [[Grad-Invited Seminar|organized by the graduate students]], who invite the speaker and arrange his or her schedule.
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Almost every week during the fall and spring semesters the EEB has a departmental seminar[http://hydrodictyon.eeb.uconn.edu/eebwww/seminars.php] in which a member of the faculty invites a researcher to give a presentation about their work. Typically the department seminar is held on Thursdays at 4pm in [[BSP]] 130. Often the seminar presenter will be available on campus for one or two days prior to their talk, in order to meet with interested students and faculty by appointment. EEB department seminars sometimes alternate with seminars in the Edwin Way Teale Lecture Series[http://www.lib.uconn.edu/online/research/speclib/ASC/programs/teale/], which occur less frequently. One departmental seminar per year is [[Grad-Invited Seminar|organized by the graduate students]], who invite the speaker and arrange his or her schedule.

Revision as of 12:04, 31 August 2007

Almost every week during the fall and spring semesters the EEB has a departmental seminar[1] in which a member of the faculty invites a researcher to give a presentation about their work. Typically the department seminar is held on Thursdays at 4pm in BSP 130. Often the seminar presenter will be available on campus for one or two days prior to their talk, in order to meet with interested students and faculty by appointment. EEB department seminars sometimes alternate with seminars in the Edwin Way Teale Lecture Series[2], which occur less frequently. One departmental seminar per year is organized by the graduate students, who invite the speaker and arrange his or her schedule.

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