We are so excited to share our upcoming Science and Mathematics, featuring a wide range of interests, across multiple disciplines and research presentations. 

January 2024

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    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    12:30pm
    at Clendenin Building, CL 1009

    This seminar has been postponed due to the University closure.

     

    Speaker: Dr. Frederick A. Heberle, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    Title: “A Raft on Stormy Seas: Using Physical Chemistry to Unlock the Mysteries of Cell Membranes”

    Abstract: The cellular plasma membrane (PM) is an enormously complex mixture, containing hundreds of chemically distinct lipids and potentially thousands of unique proteins. It is increasingly clear that the three-dimensional organization of these components has profound functional consequences for the life of a cell. In the outer leaflet of the PM bilayer, sphingolipids and cholesterol are thought to assemble into ordered yet fluid domains, with diverse evidence supporting participation of these “rafts” in membrane processes including protein sorting and signaling. Cells also actively maintain an asymmetric distribution of different lipid types between the inner and outer PM leaflets, resulting in transmembrane differences in fluidity and charge density. Despite intense interest, the fundamental mechanisms controlling raft composition, size and morphology, as well as interleaflet coupling of domains, remain elusive. Much can be learned by studying simplified model membranes, where precise control of composition is possible. Mixtures with as few as three representative lipids can reproduce many salient features of the PM outer leaflet including coexistence of ordered and disordered fluid domains. Organizing this information into phase diagrams reveals a nearly universal propensity for liquid-liquid phase separation in PM-like lipid mixtures, and provides crucial information and constraints for further investigation of transverse and lateral membrane structure. In this talk, I will describe how an experimental approach grounded in the physical chemistry of mixtures can reveal the organizing principles of complex biomimetic membranes.

     

    The Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series covers a broad range of fields in the Chemical and Biochemical Sciences. In past seminars, scientists from Academia, Government, and Industry have presented their most recent discoveries and contributions in their respective areas. This Seminar Series offers students and faculty the opportunity to interact directly with other leaders in their specializations and to gain a good overview of the entire range of fields in Chemistry and Biochemistry.

     

    This seminar will take place in person.

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    CSM Welcome Back Celebration
    CSM Welcome Back Celebration
    5:00pm
    at Science Laboratory Building, SL Atrium

    Save the Date! CSM majors are invited to the CSM Welcome Back Celebration as we kick off the Spring 2024 semester!

     

    🍬 Gingerbread Decorating: Unleash your creativity and decorate delicious gingerbread people masterpieces.

    🍕 Pizza Party: Refuel and enjoy some delicious pizza and snacks while connecting with your fellow CSM friends.

    🍿 Blanket Movie Night: Bring your comfiest blanket and settle in for a cozy movie night in the SL Atrium.

    📸 Selfie Station: Capture the memories with our selfie station! Decked out with props, it's the perfect spot to snap some unforgettable pictures with your friends. Share your favorite moments on social media, and be sure to tag @ksucsm on Instagram!

     

    Mark your calendar, gather your friends, and let's make the CSM Welcome Back Celebration one for the books! We can't wait to see you there!

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    Connect with KSU Alumni in Medical School!
    Connect with KSU Alumni in Medical School!
    6:00pm

    KSU Alumni who are currently in Medical School will be sharing information about their journey to becoming a competitive applicant for Medical School and their experience as a Medical student! Our panelists look forward to speaking with you and answering your questions!

     

    Click to find out more about the panelists.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Rosemary Gay, PhD candidate in Socialcultural Anthropology @ UNC Chapel Hill
    Title: “Sociological perspectives on crop rotations: a multidisciplinary path through food systems research”
    Abstract:  In this talk, Rosemary describes the basic science and logic of crop rotations and then describes the reasons why it's also important to understand political, social, and cultural aspects of agroecology.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    11:30am
    at Clendenin Building, CL 1009

    Speaker: Dr. Jian Zhang, University of Chicago
    Title: “Responsive Polymer in Biomedical Application”

    Abstract:  While polymer chemists have successfully achieved numerous advantageous properties in current polymers for modern biomedical applications, significant challenges persist for the future. My work is focused on the development of responsive polymers to address one of the most important challenges – the lack of inherent ability to quickly and effectively respond to various challenges or stimuli. I have successfully designed and fabricated several responsive polymer systems for regenerative medicine and targeted drug delivery. However, these are far from realizing the full potential of responsive polymers. As more interdisciplinary research is conducted in the future, responsive polymers will fundamentally revolutionize every aspect of healthcare systems.

     

    The Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series covers a broad range of fields in the Chemical and Biochemical Sciences. In past seminars, scientists from Academia, Government, and Industry have presented their most recent discoveries and contributions in their respective areas. This Seminar Series offers students and faculty the opportunity to interact directly with other leaders in their specializations and to gain a good overview of the entire range of fields in Chemistry and Biochemistry.

     

    This seminar will take place in person and virtual. Visit this link to view virtually.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Rosemary Gay, PhD candidate in Socialcultural Anthropology @ UNC Chapel Hill
    Title: “Sociological perspectives on crop rotations: a multidisciplinary path through food systems research”
    Abstract:  In this talk, Rosemary describes the basic science and logic of crop rotations and then describes the reasons why it's also important to understand political, social, and cultural aspects of agroecology.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Wednesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Rosemary Gay, PhD candidate in Socialcultural Anthropology @ UNC Chapel Hill
    Title: “Sociological perspectives on crop rotations: a multidisciplinary path through food systems research”
    Abstract:  In this talk, Rosemary describes the basic science and logic of crop rotations and then describes the reasons why it's also important to understand political, social, and cultural aspects of agroecology.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    11:30am
    at Academic Learning Center, ALC 1202

    Speaker: Dr. Nazir Tahir, University of Windsor
    Title: “Supramolecular Engineering: Rigidifying Diacetylene Self-assemblies to Create Functional Polymer Nanomaterials”

    Abstract:  Self-assembly is a major tool for the preparation of nanoscale materials because it provides structural control at molecular length scales while the generated supramolecular structures extend over macroscopic length scales. It is the supramolecular structure that gives these materials their unique properties and makes them potential candidates for applications in organic devices for sensing, optics and organic electronics. An important limitation of self-assembled structures is their inherent instability towards physical and chemical stress, which is often attempted to circumvent by polymerization of the materials. One of the promising strategies in this regard is photopolymerization of diacetylenes (DA) into polydiacetylenes (PDA) because the topochemical character of the polymerization ensures minimal structural rearrangements and the formed PDA is a conjugated polymer with interesting optical and electronic properties. In this presentation, different examples, e.g., in dendrimers, liquid crystals, gold nanoparticles, and in the gel form, where the topochemical polymerization of DA was successfully applied to the stabilization and rigidification of self-assembled materials, will be discussed.

     

    The Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series covers a broad range of fields in the Chemical and Biochemical Sciences. In past seminars, scientists from Academia, Government, and Industry have presented their most recent discoveries and contributions in their respective areas. This Seminar Series offers students and faculty the opportunity to interact directly with other leaders in their specializations and to gain a good overview of the entire range of fields in Chemistry and Biochemistry.

     

    This seminar will take place in person and virtual

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    Thursday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    12:30pm

    Speaker: Rosemary Gay, PhD candidate in Socialcultural Anthropology @ UNC Chapel Hill
    Title: “Sociological perspectives on crop rotations: a multidisciplinary path through food systems research”
    Abstract:  In this talk, Rosemary describes the basic science and logic of crop rotations and then describes the reasons why it's also important to understand political, social, and cultural aspects of agroecology.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    11:30am
    at Clendenin Building, CL 1009

    Speaker: Dr. Daniel Afosah, Virginia Commonwealth University
    Title: “Harnessing Glycosaminoglycan-Protein Interactions for Therapeutic Gain: Non-Saccharide Glycosaminoglycan Mimetics as a Novel Paradigm”

    Abstract:  Glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) play vital roles in diverse biological processes by interacting with proteins, however, there is limited knowledge about their specific roles, distribution in cells and tissues, and identities in these processes. Although GAGs and GAG oligosaccharides hold immense therapeutic potential, their clinical use is currently limited to anticoagulation. Challenges in understanding their roles and developing therapies stem from GAG heterogeneity and difficulty in generating homogeneous forms.

    To leverage the potential of GAG-protein interactions in therapeutic development, we have developed non-saccharide GAG mimetics (NSGMs). These molecules have an aromatic scaffold in place of the sugar backbone of GAGs. NSGMS are more readily assessed in larger quantities and pure forms, and in some cases, exibit superior biological function compared to native GAG molecules. Additionally, NSGMs function as valuable chemical probes for studying the modulation of GAG-binding proteins.

    This seminar aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the remarkable progress achieved in advancing non-saccharide GAG mimetics (NSGMs) as potential therapeutic agents, particularly in addressing pathologies such as inflammation and thrombocytopenia. In addition, the seminar will delve into novel strategies designed to identify specific targets of NSGMs. This broader exploration aims to facilitate a comprehensive understanding of the intricate roles played by GAGs in various biological processes.

     

     

    The Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series covers a broad range of fields in the Chemical and Biochemical Sciences. In past seminars, scientists from Academia, Government, and Industry have presented their most recent discoveries and contributions in their respective areas. This Seminar Series offers students and faculty the opportunity to interact directly with other leaders in their specializations and to gain a good overview of the entire range of fields in Chemistry and Biochemistry.

     

    This seminar will take place in person and virtual.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Laura Kojima, PhD Student @ UC Davis
    Title: “My journey in herpetology and investigating mercury accumulation in American alligators on the Savannah River Site”
    Abstract: In the talk, Laura does a wonderful job of describing her own career path—from undergraduate research to seasonal technician positions to graduate applications—in a way that is helpful for aspiring biologists here at KSU.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    11:30am
    at Clendenin Building, CL 1009

    Speaker: Dr. Bryan Tuten, Queensland University of Technology
    Title: “Around the World in 80 (thousand) Reactions: Functional and Dynamic Soft Matter Materials from the Nano- to Macroscale”

    Abstract:  This research presentation will highlight some of my group’s recent efforts in exploring “non-traditional” ingredients and methodologies for functional macromolecular materials. Project 1: We introduce a single-chain nanoparticle (SCNP) system capable of catalyzing the photooxidation of nonpolar alkenes up to three times more efficiently than an equivalent small-molecule photosensitizer at an identical concentration under green light. Specifically, we construct a polymer chain constituted of poly(ethylene glycol) methyl ether methacrylate and glycidyl methacrylate which we compact via multifunctional thiol-epoxide ligation and functionalize with Rose Bengal (RB) in a one pot reaction, affording SCNPs with a hydrophilic shell and hydrophobic photocatalytic regions. Our approach demonstrates that SCNP-based catalysts can afford enhanced photocatalysis via confinement effects in a homogeneous reaction environment. Project 2: We introduce a four component Passerini polymerization utilizing sterically bulky isocyanide monomers. Under typical Passerini conditions, bulky isocyanides do not react within standard Passerini reaction timescales (hours). We overcome this challenge via the unique physiochemical conditions present in a vortex fluidic device, reducing the reaction time to 2 h on average. Under these high-shear thin-film conditions, bulky isocyanides are readily incorporated into the multicomponent polymerization without the need of high-pressure or temperature. Finally, we demonstrate that the four-component approach using functional cyclic anhydrides allows for post-polymerization modification. Project 3: We introduce chalcogen squares via selenadiazole motifs as a new class of dynamic supramolecular bonding interactions for the modification and control of soft matter materials. We showcase selenadiazole motifs in supramolecular networks of varying primary chain length prepared through polymerization using tandem step-growth/Passerini multicomponent reactions (MCRs). Compared to controls lacking the selenadiazole motif, these networks display increased glass transition temperatures and moduli due to the chalcogen bonding linkages formed between chains. These elastomeric networks were shown to autonomously heal at room temperature, retaining up to 83% of the ultimate tensile strength. Lastly, we use post-polymerization modification via the Biginelli MCR to add selenadiazole motifs to narrowly dispersed polymers for controlled topology in solution. Chalcogen squares via selenadiazoles introduce an exciting exchange mechanism to the realm of dynamic materials.

     

    The Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series covers a broad range of fields in the Chemical and Biochemical Sciences. In past seminars, scientists from Academia, Government, and Industry have presented their most recent discoveries and contributions in their respective areas. This Seminar Series offers students and faculty the opportunity to interact directly with other leaders in their specializations and to gain a good overview of the entire range of fields in Chemistry and Biochemistry.

     

    This seminar will take place in person and virtual

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    Tuesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Laura Kojima, PhD Student @ UC Davis
    Title: “My journey in herpetology and investigating mercury accumulation in American alligators on the Savannah River Site”
    Abstract: In the talk, Laura does a wonderful job of describing her own career path—from undergraduate research to seasonal technician positions to graduate applications—in a way that is helpful for aspiring biologists here at KSU.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Wednesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Laura Kojima, PhD Student @ UC Davis
    Title: “My journey in herpetology and investigating mercury accumulation in American alligators on the Savannah River Site”
    Abstract: In the talk, Laura does a wonderful job of describing her own career path—from undergraduate research to seasonal technician positions to graduate applications—in a way that is helpful for aspiring biologists here at KSU.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Suture Workshop
    Suture Workshop
    5:00pm
    at Prillaman Health Sciences, Indoor Plaza | HS 1001

    More information coming soon!

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    12:30pm

    Speaker: Laura Kojima, PhD Student @ UC Davis
    Title: “My journey in herpetology and investigating mercury accumulation in American alligators on the Savannah River Site”
    Abstract: In the talk, Laura does a wonderful job of describing her own career path—from undergraduate research to seasonal technician positions to graduate applications—in a way that is helpful for aspiring biologists here at KSU.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    11:30am
    at Academic Learning Center, ALC 2105

    Speaker: Dr. Hao Yang, Northwestern University
    Title: “Biological Radical initiation by Radical SAM Enzymes”

    Abstract:  Radical SAM(RS) enzymes utilize cofactor [4Fe-4S] cluster and SAM to generate 5’-dAdo• radical for initiating the broadest range of radical chemistry in biology. This talk will detail our recent work in illustrating the radical initiation mechanism of RS enzymes through capturing reactive intermediates. We firstly discovered that photoinduced electron transfer from [4Fe-4S]1+ to SAM in one RS enzyme PFL-AE leads to the reductive S-C5’ bond cleavage, which trapped and characterized 5’-dAdo• that had remained elusive for the last half century. Much to our surprise, the photoinduced electron transfer within the [4Fe-4S]1+/SAM complex in another RS enzyme HydG reductively cleaves the S-CH3 bond of SAM, a wrong bond cleavage liberating •CH3, which has not been found in nature. Finally, our rapid freeze quench by mixing RS enzymes with their substrates trapped a catalytic intermediate W that is characterized with 5’-C covalently bonding to the unique iron of [4Fe-4S]3+, formally an organometallic bond. The trapping and characterization of including 5′-dAdo•, •CH3 and W within RS enzymes paradigm shifted our understanding about how RS enzymes tame the broadest radical chemistry in biology

     

    The Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series covers a broad range of fields in the Chemical and Biochemical Sciences. In past seminars, scientists from Academia, Government, and Industry have presented their most recent discoveries and contributions in their respective areas. This Seminar Series offers students and faculty the opportunity to interact directly with other leaders in their specializations and to gain a good overview of the entire range of fields in Chemistry and Biochemistry.

     

    This seminar will take place in person and virtual.

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    Monday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Christian Cave, KSU Environmental Science major
    Title: “TikTok Phenomenon to the Amazon”
    Abstract: Christian has had a lifelong passion for both wildlife and theater,  and in recent years, he's combined those skillsets into a blossoming career in science communication. In his presentation, Christian describes the amazing experiences he's had so far—which include making a documentary about an endangered snake in Georgia, traveling to lowland rainforests, and engaging in local science communication right here in metro Atlanta. It covers a wide range of topics related to science communication, and it includes within it some recommendations for how us scientists can better engage with the public! 

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Tuesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Christian Cave, KSU Environmental Science major
    Title: “TikTok Phenomenon to the Amazon”
    Abstract: Christian has had a lifelong passion for both wildlife and theater,  and in recent years, he's combined those skillsets into a blossoming career in science communication. In his presentation, Christian describes the amazing experiences he's had so far—which include making a documentary about an endangered snake in Georgia, traveling to lowland rainforests, and engaging in local science communication right here in metro Atlanta. It covers a wide range of topics related to science communication, and it includes within it some recommendations for how us scientists can better engage with the public! 

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Wednesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Christian Cave, KSU Environmental Science major
    Title: “TikTok Phenomenon to the Amazon”
    Abstract: Christian has had a lifelong passion for both wildlife and theater,  and in recent years, he's combined those skillsets into a blossoming career in science communication. In his presentation, Christian describes the amazing experiences he's had so far—which include making a documentary about an endangered snake in Georgia, traveling to lowland rainforests, and engaging in local science communication right here in metro Atlanta. It covers a wide range of topics related to science communication, and it includes within it some recommendations for how us scientists can better engage with the public! 

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar
    Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar
    2:15pm

    Speaker: Dr. Doug Wright, Drexel University
    Title: “Random versions of FPUT lattice”
    Abstract: The FPUT lattice is one of the big models for nonlinear dispersive waves. It possesses solitary waves which are asymptotically stable and long waves are known to be well-approximated by KdV equations. But what if the coefficients are random? It turns out that all bets are off and waves disintegrate pretty rapidly...unless the randomness is sort of special (but not too special!).

     

    The Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar is intended for Kennesaw State faculty working in the various areas of analysis and applied mathematics to get together to discuss their current work or related questions. Seminars often involve advanced mathematical knowledge. However, the seminars are open to anyone who is interested in attending.

     

    This seminar will be held virtually. 

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    Connect with KSU Alumni in Medical School!
    Connect with KSU Alumni in Medical School!
    6:00pm

    KSU Alumni who are currently in Medical School will be sharing information about their journey to becoming a competitive applicant for Medical School and their experience as a Medical student! Our panelists look forward to speaking with you and answering your questions!

     

    Click to find out more about the panelists.

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    Thursday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    12:30pm

    Speaker: Christian Cave, KSU Environmental Science major
    Title: “TikTok Phenomenon to the Amazon”
    Abstract: Christian has had a lifelong passion for both wildlife and theater,  and in recent years, he's combined those skillsets into a blossoming career in science communication. In his presentation, Christian describes the amazing experiences he's had so far—which include making a documentary about an endangered snake in Georgia, traveling to lowland rainforests, and engaging in local science communication right here in metro Atlanta. It covers a wide range of topics related to science communication, and it includes within it some recommendations for how us scientists can better engage with the public! 

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Friday
    Mathematics Colloquium seminar series
    Mathematics Colloquium seminar series
    2:30pm
    at Mathematics Building, D-224

    Speaker: Dr. Doug Wright, Drexel University

    Title: “Radiating Solitary Waves”

    Abstract: In a surprisingly large number of nonlinear dispersive systems, there is a dynamic called a "radiating solitary wave."  This a wave that moves along and constantly emits a little oscillatory tail in its wake.  The wake slowly drains all the energy from main wave.  But this scenario isn't well understood analytically.  So I came up with a pretty simple model for this that, shockingly, can be solved using (relatively elementary) Laplace transform techniques.

     

    This seminar will be held in-person and virtually via Zoom.

    Dial-in Instructions: Passcode: yz1eNF

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    Monday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Angela Burrow, Assistant Professor @ Michigan State University
    Title: “Stressors in a stressed out world: Investigating how multiple stressors impact amphibian and wetland conservation”
    Abstract: Angela's research focuses on how to manage wetlands and forests for amphibian populations, and it includes themes such as prescribed fire and invasive species mitigation. Her presentation gives some great examples of how well-designed science can used in making management decisions, linking theory with practice. I highly recommend to students who are interested in ecology, conservation, and wildlife management.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Tuesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Angela Burrow, Assistant Professor @ Michigan State University
    Title: “Stressors in a stressed out world: Investigating how multiple stressors impact amphibian and wetland conservation”
    Abstract: Angela's research focuses on how to manage wetlands and forests for amphibian populations, and it includes themes such as prescribed fire and invasive species mitigation. Her presentation gives some great examples of how well-designed science can used in making management decisions, linking theory with practice. I highly recommend to students who are interested in ecology, conservation, and wildlife management.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Interested in applying to Medical School?
    Interested in applying to Medical School?
    10:00am
    at Clendenin Building, CL 1009

    Interested in applying to Medical school? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

     

     

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    Wednesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Angela Burrow, Assistant Professor @ Michigan State University
    Title: “Stressors in a stressed out world: Investigating how multiple stressors impact amphibian and wetland conservation”
    Abstract: Angela's research focuses on how to manage wetlands and forests for amphibian populations, and it includes themes such as prescribed fire and invasive species mitigation. Her presentation gives some great examples of how well-designed science can used in making management decisions, linking theory with practice. I highly recommend to students who are interested in ecology, conservation, and wildlife management.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Thursday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    12:30pm

    Speaker: Dr. Angela Burrow, Assistant Professor @ Michigan State University
    Title: “Stressors in a stressed out world: Investigating how multiple stressors impact amphibian and wetland conservation”
    Abstract: Angela's research focuses on how to manage wetlands and forests for amphibian populations, and it includes themes such as prescribed fire and invasive species mitigation. Her presentation gives some great examples of how well-designed science can used in making management decisions, linking theory with practice. I highly recommend to students who are interested in ecology, conservation, and wildlife management.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Kerin Law, Co-founder of LeafWorks
    Title: “Applying my EEOB education to entrepreneurship”
    Abstract: Dr. Kerin Law discusses how biology students may apply the academic backgrounds to careers in business.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Tuesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Kerin Law, Co-founder of LeafWorks
    Title: “Applying my EEOB education to entrepreneurship”
    Abstract: Dr. Kerin Law discusses how biology students may apply the academic backgrounds to careers in business.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series
    12:30pm
    at Clendenin Building, CL 1009

    Speaker: Dr. Katy Hosbein, Middle Tennessee State University
    Title: “Explorations into science identity development within first-generation undergraduate students in General Chemistry and Biology”

    Abstract:  Science identity, as defined by James Paul Gee, is “being recognized as a certain ‘kind of person’ in a given context.” There is evidence to support that science and discipline-specific identities impact students’ persistence in STEM and is especially impactful to the persistence of students with marginalized identities. While there are descriptions of science identity within the literature, the theoretical framework remains convoluted. Results from two projects will be presented. The first expanded on an existing physics identity framework to operationalize the framework to science and chemistry and to situate it within existing psychological constructs. The psychological constructs and updated science and chemistry identity framework will be discussed. The second project explores how first-generation students within a General Chemistry or Biology course define and describe science identity. Preliminary results will be discussed. Outcomes from this project will help to inform how to create learning environments that support meaningful science identity development.

     

    The Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series covers a broad range of fields in the Chemical and Biochemical Sciences. In past seminars, scientists from Academia, Government, and Industry have presented their most recent discoveries and contributions in their respective areas. This Seminar Series offers students and faculty the opportunity to interact directly with other leaders in their specializations and to gain a good overview of the entire range of fields in Chemistry and Biochemistry.

     

    This seminar will take place in person.

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    Interested in applying to a Physician Assistant Program?
    Interested in applying to a Physician Assistant Program?
    2:00pm
    at Clendenin Building, CL 1009

    Interested in applying to a Physician Assistant program? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

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    Wednesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Kerin Law, Co-founder of LeafWorks
    Title: “Applying my EEOB education to entrepreneurship”
    Abstract: Dr. Kerin Law discusses how biology students may apply the academic backgrounds to careers in business.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar
    Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar
    2:00pm

    Speaker: Emily Kelting, Drexel University
    Title: “Ion acoustic wave dynamics in a two-fluid plasma”

    Abstract: We investigate the dynamics of ions and electrons within a plasma using a collisionless "Euler-Poisson'' system. We show this system is governed by the dynamics of the KdV equation in the long-wavelength limit and possesses solitary wave solutions.

     

    The Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar is intended for Kennesaw State faculty working in the various areas of analysis and applied mathematics to get together to discuss their current work or related questions. Seminars often involve advanced mathematical knowledge. However, the seminars are open to anyone who is interested in attending.

     

    This seminar will be held virtually. 

    DIAL-IN INFORMATION
    Stream link
    Passcode: hV9jBG

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    Interested in applying to Physical Therapy school?
    Interested in applying to Physical Therapy school?
    2:00pm
    at Prillaman Health Sciences, HS 1002

    Interested in applying to Physical Therapy school? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

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    Thursday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    12:30pm

    Speaker: Dr. Kerin Law, Co-founder of LeafWorks
    Title: “Applying my EEOB education to entrepreneurship”
    Abstract: Dr. Kerin Law discusses how biology students may apply the academic backgrounds to careers in business.

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Friday
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    Tuesday
    Interested in applying to Dental School?
    Interested in applying to Dental School?
    10:00am
    at Clendenin Building, CL 1009

    Interested in applying to Dental school? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

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    Monday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Adam Dugan, Lead Biostatistician @ Tempus Labs
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

  • 5
    Tuesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Adam Dugan, Lead Biostatistician @ Tempus Labs
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Interested in applying to Pharmacy School?
    Interested in applying to Pharmacy School?
    3:00pm
    at Clendenin Building, CL 1009

    Interested in applying to Pharmacy school? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

  • 6
    Wednesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Adam Dugan, Lead Biostatistician @ Tempus Labs
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

  • 7
    Thursday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    12:30pm

    Speaker: Dr. Adam Dugan, Lead Biostatistician @ Tempus Labs
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Kelsey Neam, Species Priorities and Metrics Coordinator @ re:wild
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

  • 19
    Tuesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Kelsey Neam, Species Priorities and Metrics Coordinator @ re:wild
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Interested in applying to Veterinary School?
    Interested in applying to Veterinary School?
    11:00am
    at Clendenin Building, CL 1009

    Interested in applying to Veterinary school? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

  • 20
    Wednesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Kelsey Neam, Species Priorities and Metrics Coordinator @ re:wild
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

  • 21
    Thursday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Kelsey Neam, Species Priorities and Metrics Coordinator @ re:wild
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Connect with KSU Alumni in Medical School!
    Connect with KSU Alumni in Medical School!
    6:00pm

    KSU Alumni who are currently in Medical School will be sharing information about their journey to becoming a competitive applicant for Medical School and their experience as a Medical student! Our panelists look forward to speaking with you and answering your questions!

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    Monday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Andrew Hoffman, Assistant Professor @ St. John Fisher University
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers include KSU faculty, graduate students, and guests from other universities.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Interested in applying to Pharmacy School?
    Interested in applying to Pharmacy School?
    10:00am

    Interested in applying to Pharmacy school? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

  • 26
    Tuesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Andrew Hoffman, Assistant Professor @ St. John Fisher University
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers include KSU faculty, graduate students, and guests from other universities.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

  • 27
    Wednesday
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Andrew Hoffman, Assistant Professor @ St. John Fisher University
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers include KSU faculty, graduate students, and guests from other universities.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar
    Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar
    2:00pm

    Speaker: Dr. Maya Chhetri, UNC Greensboro
    Title: “TBA”

    Abstract: TBA

     

    The Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar is intended for Kennesaw State faculty working in the various areas of analysis and applied mathematics to get together to discuss their current work or related questions. Seminars often involve advanced mathematical knowledge. However, the seminars are open to anyone who is interested in attending.

     

    This seminar will be held virtually. 

    DIAL-IN INFORMATION
    Stream link: TBD
    Passcode: TBD

    +1
    Interested in applying to Dental School?
    Interested in applying to Dental School?
    2:00pm

    Interested in applying to Dental school? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

  • 28
    Thursday
    Interested in applying to Physical Therapy school?
    Interested in applying to Physical Therapy school?
    11:00am

    Interested in applying to Physical Therapy school? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    12:30pm

    Speaker: Dr. Andrew Hoffman, Assistant Professor @ St. John Fisher University
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers include KSU faculty, graduate students, and guests from other universities.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Connect with KSU Alumni in Medical School!
    Connect with KSU Alumni in Medical School!
    6:00pm

    KSU Alumni who are currently in Medical School will be sharing information about their journey to becoming a competitive applicant for Medical School and their experience as a Medical student! Our panelists look forward to speaking with you and answering your questions!

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    Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar
    Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar
    2:00pm

    Speaker: Dr. Naveen Vaidya, San Diego State University
    Title: “TBA”

    Abstract: TBA

     

    The Analysis and Applied Mathematics (AAM) Seminar is intended for Kennesaw State faculty working in the various areas of analysis and applied mathematics to get together to discuss their current work or related questions. Seminars often involve advanced mathematical knowledge. However, the seminars are open to anyone who is interested in attending.

     

    This seminar will be held virtually. 

    DIAL-IN INFORMATION
    Stream link: TBD
    Passcode: TBD

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Anton Sorokin, Environmental Consultant and Wildlife Photographer
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Anton Sorokin, Environmental Consultant and Wildlife Photographer
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Anton Sorokin, Environmental Consultant and Wildlife Photographer
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    12:30pm

    Speaker: Anton Sorokin, Environmental Consultant and Wildlife Photographer
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Interested in applying to Medical School?
    Interested in applying to Medical School?
    1:30pm

    Interested in applying to Medical school? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

     

     

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Morgan Wolf, Endangered Species Biologist @ US Fish and Wildlife Service
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

    Interested in applying to Veterinary School?
    Interested in applying to Veterinary School?
    3:00pm

    Interested in applying to Veterinary school? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Morgan Wolf, Endangered Species Biologist @ US Fish and Wildlife Service
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Morgan Wolf, Endangered Species Biologist @ US Fish and Wildlife Service
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Interested in applying to a Physician Assistant Program?
    Interested in applying to a Physician Assistant Program?
    9:00am

    Interested in applying to a Physician Assistant program? Come learn more about what's required, recommended, and what you can be doing now to prepare for becoming a competitive applicant!

    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    12:30pm

    Speaker: Morgan Wolf, Endangered Species Biologist @ US Fish and Wildlife Service
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions.

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Sandra Hoffberg, Bioinformatics Scientist @ Code Ocean
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Sandra Hoffberg, Bioinformatics Scientist @ Code Ocean
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    All Day

    Speaker: Dr. Sandra Hoffberg, Bioinformatics Scientist @ Code Ocean
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series
    12:30pm

    Speaker: Dr. Sandra Hoffberg, Bioinformatics Scientist @ Code Ocean
    Title: “TBA”

     

    The Ecology, Evolution, Behavior, & Organismal Biology (EEBOB) seminar series focuses on biological topics at whole-organism and higher scales of organization. Guest speakers come from universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, zoos, museums, and other institutions

     

    The Spring 2024 seminar series will be held virtually. Seminars will be pre-recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the beginning of each week. If you are interested in watching one of the seminars, please visit the join stream button below or visit this link. A live Q&A session with the speaker will be hosted through Microsoft Teams from 12:30–1:15 PM on Thursdays. If you are interested in joining the Q&A session, please email Dr. Todd Pierson.

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June 2024

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July 2024

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August 2024

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September 2024

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October 2024

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November 2024

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December 2024

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