SEMINARS HAPPENING FEB 3 - 7/2020


BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT

SPEAKER: BRUCE MALLOCH, BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT, ACADIA UNIVERSITY

TOPIC: MITES, A TAXONOMIC TROVE OF STRANGELY SPECTACULAR SPECIES

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6/2020 IN BAC ROOM#236 AT 11:30AM

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT

SPEAKER: DR. SMRITI SRIVASTAVA, POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW, CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT, ACADIA UNIVERSITY

TOPIC: CLICK CHEMISTRY ROUTE FOR SYNTHESIS OF BIOLOGICALLY IMPORTANT MODIFIED NUCELOSIDES FROM SIMPLE SUGARS

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6/2020 IN ELLIOTT HALL ROOM#303 AT 12:00 NOON

PHYSICS DEPARTMENT

SPEAKER: DR. GREGORY R. SIVAKOFF, DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA

TOPIC: WINDS OF CHANGE AROUND BLACK HOLES

WEDNESDAY, FEBURARY 5/2020 IN HUGGINS SCIENCE HALL ROOM#202 AT 4:30PM

SCHOOL OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

SENIOR SEMINAR (NUTR 4903) IS THE CAPSTONE COURSE FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NUTRITION IN THE SCHOOL OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS. STUDENTS ENGAGE IN INDEPENDENT RESEARCH PROJECTS ON A TOPIC OF THEIR CHOICE RELATED TO FOOD, NUTRITION AND/OR DIETETICS. THE COURSE IS A CELEBRATION OF LEARNING, DRAWING ON COURSES TAKEN THROUGHOUT THE DEGREE. CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS ARE MOST WELCOME.

PRESENTATIONS FOR TUESDAY/FEBRUARY 4/2020 FROM 7:00PM TO 10:00PM IN THE K. C. IRVING CENTRE AUDITORIUM:

SAMANTHA FIRTH - ALIGNMENT OF TRANS NUTRITION CARE GUIDELINES WITH THE PRINCIPLES OF CRITICAL DIETETICS

ALEXA MANUEL - THE DIETS OF INDIVIDUALS LIVING AT SEA

SOPHIA KENNIE - RESIDENT MENU SATISFACTION IN LONG TERM CARE

SARAH WILSON - FROM FIELD TO FINISH: A SMALL SCALE WILD BLUEBERRY FARM'S PRODUCTION

THISURA JAYASINGHE MUDIYANSELAGE - IMPACTS OF PACKAGING AND SHELF LIFE ON FOOD WASTE IN DEVELOPED NATIONS


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