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Keynote Speaker: Steve Travers, North Dakota State University

The Northern Plains Biological Symposium (NPBS) began in 2003 by the Biological Sciences Graduate Student Association (BSGSA) and faculty at North Dakota State University (NDSU). The goals of the NPBS are to facilitate an open discourse on relevant topics in the field of biological sciences, to provide an opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students in the upper Midwest to present their research in a professional setting, and to expose regional undergraduate students to current research trends.  We believe that this symposium creates an atmosphere where people in the area who are interested and excited about the field of biology can gather and share ideas.  Furthermore, the symposium serves as a networking tool for both students and faculty in terms of recruiting and collaboration.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

 

ATTENTION: ABSTRACT and REGISTRATION DEADLINE  March 25th

 

Abstracts should be submitted to NDSU.BSGSA@gmail.com in Microsoft Word format. Abstracts should:

  • Specify oral presentation or poster
  • Be single-spaced, left justified
  • Be a maximum of 200 words
  • List authors (with presenting author indicated), title, and address of presenting author
  • Use proper grammar and scientific rigor

 

 

QUESTIONS? 

NDSU.BSGSA@gmail.com

 

SPONSORED BY

  • Department of Biological Sciences
  • Department of Natural Resource Sciences
  • Biological Sciences Graduate Student Association
  • Environmental and Conservation Science Program

 

 


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Last Updated: Monday, February 03, 2014 9:52:26 AM