Archives—March 2010

Biology Week 2010!

Mark your calendars and join the facebook event:
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/event.php?eid=368782217674&ref=ts

Biology Week : March 29th- April 2nd
*Sponsored by Phi Sigma Biology Honor Society*

Booths on a current issue in Biology in DOW lobby from 11-2 each day during the week along with these other great events:

Biology Student Organization Info Session:
Monday , March 29th, 6-7pm, DOW 642
Want to get involved in one of the many great Biology-related student organizations on campus? Come to this event to hear about all of the different involvement opportunities available for Biology students and learn about the activities and benefits of each organization! Snacks and drinks will be provided.

Organ Donor Sign-up Drive:
Tuesday , March 30th, 11am-2pm, Fisher main hallway
Not a registered organ donor? Stop by quickly and sign up!

Book Sale and Bake Sale:
Wednesday , March 31st, 11am-2pm, 7th floor DOW Atrium
Good variety of used biology-related books including textbooks. Or else, just stop by to get some yummy baked goods!

Research Seminar:
Thursday , April 1st, 6-8pm, Fisher 133
Curious about what research is conducted in the Biology Department? Come listen to professors from the department present on their research. Snacks and drinks will be provided.

Hike to Hungarian Falls:
Friday , April 2nd, 4pm, meet at MUB parking lot, $10
Hike with Phi Sigma and Outdoor Adventure Program to Hungarian Falls! Fee includes transportation and guides from Outdoor Adventure Program. Email aauhl@mtu.edu in order to reserve your spot.

Hope to see you there!



Award Recipients Announced for Sixth Annual ESC/BRC Graduate Research Forum Include several from Biological Sciences

The Ecosystem Science Center and the Biotechnology Research Center have
announced award recipients of the Sixth Annual ESC/BRC Graduate Research
Forum, held on March 26. Two grand prize awards, five merit awards
and four honorable mention awards were presented.

The recipients were selected from among the 43 posters and abstracts submitted by students conducting research related to ecology, the environment and biotechnology at Michigan Tech.

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