Students who have completed research during this summer or who are currently working on research are invited to present on their work in the research series.
Students who present will be awarded points toward Tribeta participation. Points will also be awarded for attending presentations.
Interested students should contact Natalie Herb
Fall 2015 Presentation Schedule:
October 22, 2015:
Olfactory Learning and Memory of Bang-sensitive Drosophila melanogaster-Natalie Herb
November 5, 2015:
Mapping a Bang-sensitive Gene in Drosophila melanogaster-Kaitlin Raseley
November 19, 2015:
Determination of Heavy Metal Uptake by Native Bees in the Lehigh Gap Wildlife Refuge Remediation Areas-Paige Malewski
December 3, 2015:
Succession Monitoring in Prescribed-burn and Control Plots at a Portion of the Restoration Area of the Palmerton Superfund Site-Brittany Spinosa