TAHLEQUAH — The fall 2019 Science and Technology Seminar Series at the Northeastern State University Tahlequah campus begins Sept. 4.
Presented by the Gregg Wadley College of Science & Health Professions and arranged by Dr. John de Banzie, professor of biology, the series includes speakers with topics of interest in six areas of study.
Sept. 4 — “Nitrogen fertilization and carbon assimilation across scales: leaf level to global change” presented by Dr. Liz Waring, representing the Department of Natural Sciences, Northeastern State University.
Sept. 18 — “Novel insights into Sjogren’s syndrome revealed through genomic approaches” presented by Dr. Kathy Sivils, representing the Arthritis and Immunology Program, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation.
Oct. 2 — “Dissecting the natural variation of stress signaling in yeast” presented by Amanda Scholes, representing the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Arkansas.
Oct. 16 — “Bioluminescent marine bacteria: Identifying the light switch(es) and biological benefit of light production” presented by Dr. Anne Dunn, representing the Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology, University of Oklahoma.
Oct. 30 — “Thermal constraints in a changing climate: what is the future for Northern Bobwhite?” presented by Dr. Craig Davis, representing the Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Oklahoma State University.
Nov. 13 — “Archaeological insights from geophysical prospecting in the Great Plains” presented by Dr. Ken Kvamme, representing the Department of Anthropology, University of Arkansas.
There is no charge to attend the seminar and the series and events are open to all who wish to attend.
Each one-hour lecture begins at 3 p.m. at the NSU Tahlequah campus in the Science Building, Room 160.
Information: Dr. John de Banzie, firstname.lastname@example.org.