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Campus Events for Graduate Students

Greenbag Seminar: Conservation Genetics of Native Fishes of The Rio Grande, New Mexico

Tuesday, February 28
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room of Nations-MU

Speaker: Trevor Krabbenhoft, Postdoctoral Fellow
              Wayne State University

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

The Story of Henrietta Lacks

Tuesday, February 28
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Century Theater-MU

Speakers: Dr. Katie Reindl, NDSU Biological Sciences
                Dr. Sara Anderson, MSUM Biology

How one African-American woman's cancer cells, which were taken from body without her knowledge, became integral to medical research. 

Everyone is welcome!

Topic: Cultural Appropriation:  Culture not Costume
Tuesday, March 7
12:00 p.m. (noon)
Meadowlark Room, MU 

This is a series of forums that provide for an open space for students and employees to engage in critical dialogues around topics of diversity

Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program Greenbag Seminar

Tuesday, March 7
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room of Nations-MU

Speakers:
Nate Williams, graduate student: “Assessing Neonicotinoid Distribution in The Prairie Pothole Region and Their Potential Impacts on Aquatic Invertebrates"

Maddy Snider, graduate student,  “Anti-Predator Behavior Variability of Endangered Pahrump poolfish”

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

Gear up for Grants Seminar: FM Area Foundation Program Officer

Wednesday, March 8
12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
Arikara Room-MU

Lexi Oestreich, FM Area Foundation Program Officer,  will talk about the FM Area Foundation Community Grants program and their topics of interest, in anticipation of their next application deadlines on April 7 and May 25.  FM Area Foundation will accept up to seven applications per calendar year from seven different NDSU units, but all potential proposals should be discussed with Ms. Oestreich before submission.   

Faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend the Brown Bag seminar.

Demystify your Dissertation: Communicating to a General Audience

Wednesday, March 8
3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Hidatsa Room-MU

In this fun and interactive workshop, you will:

  • Learn Important Details about the Dissertation Video Filming Process 
  • Get Tips and Techniques about How To Communicate with a General Audience
  • Hear Ideas about Using Your Video for Networking
  • Have an Opportunity to Practice Your Talk & Get Feedback
  • Network with Graduate Students from Other Programs

To register: http://bit.ly/2cAFLXQ 

Joe with Joe

Friday, March 10
9:00 a.m.
Main Library, Weber Reading Room

Have coffee and donuts with NDSU Libraries new dean, Joe Mocnik. Dean Mocnik joins NDSU from his previous position as director of university library and professor at Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, Georgia. Learn more about Joe here.

Gear-Up-for-Grants - "Interactive Grant Proposal Development Workshop"


Tuesday, March 21
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Prairie Rose Room-MU

Presented by Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC

This highly interactive all-day workshop will cover setting your research and education agendas, identifying and understanding funding agencies, talking to Program Officers, planning your project, writing the proposal (section by section), understanding the review process, and interpreting and responding to reviews. Workshop materials will include the slides, examples, and additional resources and will be provided on memory sticks to be distributed to each participant.  REGISTER NOW >>

Sponsored by Research Development

Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program Greenbag Seminar

Tuesday, March 21
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room of Nations-MU

Speakers:
Brandon Kaiser, graduate student, “Feeding Behavior of Red-winged Blackbirds on Sunflower with Varying Levels of Repellent Coverage”
Conor Egan, graduate student, “Evaluating Blackbird Response toward Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

   

Wednesday, April 5
2:00-3:00 p.m.
Century Theater-MU

Registration Required

Join us for this FREE presentation by Eric Mazur, Ph.D., Harvard Professor and internationally recognized education innovator and developer of the Peer Instruction learning model.  This presentation is open to anyone interested in education innovation. Register early as this presentation is limited to the first 300 registered individuals. 

 

 

Greenbag Seminar: Do ZnO Nanoparticles and Carbon Nanotubes Affect Plant Growth and Nutrient Uptake?

Tuesday, March 28
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room of Nations-MU

Speakers: Hannah Erdmann, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

Greenbag Seminars: “North Dakota Agricultural Land Conversion: A Spatial Simultaneous Equation Approach”

Tuesday, April 4
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room of Nations-MU

Speakers: Nazea Khan Chowdhury, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

Greenbag Seminar: Sex-Specific Differences in Preparation for Breeding in Songbirds

Tuesday, April 11
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room of Nations-MU

Speakers: Katie Needham, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

Greenbag Seminar: "Telomere Dynamics in House Sparrows: Sperm, Paternal Effects and Fitness”

Tuesday, April 18
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room of Nations-MU

Speakers: Aurelia Kucera, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050

Greenbag Seminar: Soil Heating and Drying among Conservation Tillage Practices in Frigid Corn-Soybean Fields

Tuesday, April 25
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Mandan Room-MU

Speakers: Rashad Alghamdi, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

Greenbag Seminar: Evaluating the Causes of Channel Widening in Minnesota's Riverine Systems

Tuesday, May 2
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Mandan Room-MU

Speakers: Chuong Le, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

Saturday, May 13
10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., FARGODOME

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