Science Seminar - Bald and Golden Eagles: Conservation Genomics of Two Culturally and Ecologically Important Apex Predators

Tuesday April 3, 2018 7:00 pm SEC Chat Room Free

Bald and Golden Eagles: Conservation Genomics of Two Culturally and Ecologically Important Apex Predators

Ron A. Van Den Bussche, PhD
Associate Vice President for Research
Regents Professor of Integrative Biology
IACUC Chair
Oklahoma State University

The Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus School of Science & Mathematics is once again hosting weekly seminars on a variety of STEM-related topics. Our seminars are free and open to the public.
The 1-hour seminars will begin promptly at 7:00 PM in the Chat Room
on the first floor of the Student Union (Building 9).
No admittance after 7:10 pm or when all available seating is full, whichever occurs first.
Seating is provided on a first come, first served basis.
For additional information, contact Neil Enis (918-595-8604) or Anne Cross (918-595-7735).
To request a sign language interpreter, call 918-595-7428, text 918-809-1864, or email rcdhh@tulsacc.edu. To request accommodations for other disabilities, call 918-595-7115 or email eac@tulsacc.edu.
Advance notice is requested.