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Summer 2021 Seminar Series


Georgia Southern University’s Department of Biology hosts a weekly seminar series. The purpose of this series is to enable biologists from around the country to share their newest discoveries and ideas with our students, and we encourage students to engage with our honored guests in post-seminar discussions. Seminars will be held on Mondays at 11:15 a.m. via Zoom, unless indicated otherwise, and will be conducted remotely. Scroll down past the schedule for instructions for joining a Zoom-based seminar.

June
3 (Thursday) (10:00 am)Ms. Caitlin May
Georgia Southern University
Sustainable small-scale aquaculture using a food-waste-based feed and zebrafish (Danio rerio)
4 (Friday) (BSCI 2250)Ms. Maggie Kuhn
Georgia Southern University
Assessing short-term microalgal community responses to altered hydrological conditions in experimental wetlands
11 (Friday)Mr. Sergio Sabat-Bonilla
Georgia Southern University
Macroinvertebrate responses to hydrological variation in experimental wetlands
14 (10:00 am)Ms. Lauren Moniz
Georgia Southern University
TBA (Exit seminar)
15 (Tuesday)Ms. Erin Arneson
Georgia Southern University
TBA (Exit seminar)
16 (Wednesday)Ms. Shawna Defreitas
Georgia Southern University
TBA (Exit seminar)

Instructions for joining a seminar

Zoom seminar link

To join a seminar, click the above link. You will be directed to a page with a popup dialog box. If a dialog box doesn’t pop up, check that you have allowed popup windows in your security and adblocker settings. When you click Open Zoom Meetings in the dialog, it will launch the Zoom application and take you to the meeting. If you don’t have the Zoom application installed, you will have the option to download it or to join from your browser. Zoom will then ask for your name (to display to others) as well as your email address (not displayed to others). Finally, Zoom may ask for the Webinar ID: 899 2555 7015

For more information, contact Josh Gibson.

Last updated: 6/2/2021