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Ecology Seminar Series

Thursday, April 24, 2014 from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Lewis Hall, 304

Enjoy the excitement of PechaKucha presentations.  PechaKucha presentations are timed presentations of 20 slides with 20 seconds per slide (6:40 minutes to complete the theme). This demanding format is to give students experience in presenting complex science to lay audiences and to give the audience an introduction to pertinent topics.  This will be the final presentation in this series.


Reuniting land masses separated by eons:

Freshwater Mussels:

The Original Anglers

Kole Stewart


Title not received on time

Michael Davis


Fleet-footed and fancy-free:

the pronghorn and its past

Jesse DeVoe


Wolverine distribution

and snow-covered, low-productivity environments

Adam Kehoe

As most of you know, creating presentations and presenting take a lot of time and energy.  Please respect their efforts by attending seminars regularly! 

To request disability accommodations or inform us of other special needs, please contact Judy Van Andel, 310 Lewis Hall, MSU, 994-2911.



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