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Sustainable Futures Speaker Series, Oct. 24

As part of the Sustainable Futures Speaker Series, there are will be a video presentation and panel discussion on “Regenerative Agriculture: Farming to Enhance Ecosystem Services and Sequester Carbon.”

Biological Sciences Seminar - October 18th

Dr. Misty Paig-Tran, CSU Fullerton, will present “How a bus-sized fish feeding on tiny tic-tacs can improve your life”

Date:  Friday, October 18, 2019
Time:  12:00 PM
Location:  Sci B 135

All are welcome to attend!

Geology Colloquium-Monday, October 14, 2019 at 5:00 PM in FH 25

"Tombstone, Arizona, Historic Mining Town 1879:  History and significance of silver mining in the West; Geology and mineralogy of the ores; Mining and milling methods of the late 1800's", by Dick LaForge

Math Colloquium October 17

Dr. Yoon Kim presents: Bertrand's Paradox (i) from R simulation and (ii) from the Bayesian Perspective

BSS Room 166, 4:00 PM

Fall Door Decorating Contest - Sustainability

Fall Door Decorating Contest 

This year our door decorating contest theme is three R's: Reuse, Repurpose & Recycle. Help us promote sustainability across campus by decorating your door using as much recycled material as possible!

Incentives Program for Faculty Research Grant Development

The Office of Research & Sponsored Programs is requesting applications for assigned time funding for the fall 2020 and spring 2021 semesters. In addition to assigned time we are also extending funding for summer salary/overload pay during the summer 2020 session.

Fisheries Biology presents the Michael G. Scott Distinguished Seminar

From Global to Local: The Role of Aquaculture
Dr. Carole Engle
Wednesday 23 October at 5:00 pm, SCIB 135
We love to eat seafood in the U.S. and our appetites for the tastes and health benefits from seafood, as well as our income levels, have led to the U.S. being one of the world’s largest markets for seafood. Yet our oceans cannot continue to supply the volumes desired by the world’s growing population. There is little question that increasing percentages of our seafood will come from aquaculture.

Fisheries Biology presents the Michael G. Scott Distinguished Seminar

From Global to Local: The Role of Aquaculture
Dr. Carole Engle
Wednesday 23 October at 5:00 pm, SCIB 135
We love to eat seafood in the U.S. and our appetites for the tastes and health benefits from seafood, as well as our income levels, have led to the U.S. being one of the world’s largest markets for seafood. Yet our oceans cannot continue to supply the volumes desired by the world’s growing population. There is little question that increasing percentages of our seafood will come from aquaculture.

Fisheries Biology presents the Michael G. Scott Distinguished Seminar

From Global to Local: The Role of Aquaculture
Dr. Carole Engle
Wednesday 23 October at 5:00 pm, SCIB 135
We love to eat seafood in the U.S. and our appetites for the tastes and health benefits from seafood, as well as our income levels, have led to the U.S. being one of the world’s largest markets for seafood. Yet our oceans cannot continue to supply the volumes desired by the world’s growing population. There is little question that increasing percentages of our seafood will come from aquaculture.

Biological Sciences Seminar - October 11th

Dr. Allison Bronson, Humboldt State University, will present “X-Ray Time Machines: CT scanning and chondrichthyan anatomy”

Date:  Friday, October 11, 2019
Time:  12:00 PM
Location:  Sci B 135

All are welcome to attend!