Pipestems Activities

Fall 2014 Activities

Event Horizon**: Tues September 2nd  “Einstein’s Big Idea: E= mc2  

Science Seminar**: Wed September 24thPlant Molecular Farming “  Kevin Wang Ph.D.: Professor of Biology Northeastern State University                           

Event Horizon*: Wed October 1st “How the Universe Works: Aliens Galaxies”

Science Seminar**: Wed October 1st “Phylogeography of the Interior Highlands, and the discovery of a new species of paedomorphic salamander" Michael Steffen, PhD candidate at the University of Tulsa

Science Seminar**: Wed October 8th “Estrogen and eating; Neural and metabolic consequences” Kathleen Curtis Ph.D.; Associate Professor of Physiology; Oklahoma State Medical School

Science Seminar**: Tue October 14th “Forensic Chemistry” Heather Schafstall M.S., Technical Manager of Forensic Chemistry; OSBI.

Science Semina**r: Wed October 22nd “COPD/Emphysema” Dr. James Seebass: D.O. Tulsa City County Health Department, Respiratory  Infection Control Division

Science Seminar**: Tues October 28th “Preparing for the Silver Tsunami with Advances in Geriatric Medicine” John Carmet MD; Assistant Professor of Geriatrics; Clinical Director of Northeast Region, OU School of Community Medicine; Tulsa, Oklahoma

Science Seminar**: Wed Nov 5th “Oklahoma’s Wetland Health as Designated by Plants” Dr. Suneeti Jog: Assistant Professor of Biology; Northeastern State University

Event Horizon*: Thur November 6th “What makes Us Human?”

Science seminar**: Wed November 12thExploring Curiosity: Undergraduate Research Opportunities at NASA and Beyond.” Amanda Stockton Ph. D; Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the Georgia Institute of Technology

KEY:

*Event Horizon –Held at the West Campus in the science building Room S-196 between 1:00 – 2:30 PM. Everyone is welcome FREE PIZZA is provided

**Science Seminar - THE SCIENCE & MATH DEPARTMENT ON THE SOUTHEAST CAMPUS OF TULSA COMMUNITY COLLEGE IS AGAIN HOSTING WEEKLY SEMINARS ON A VARIETY OF SUBJECTS RELATED TO SCIENCE, HEALTHCARE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY.  OUR SEMINARS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

THESE ARE 1 HOUR SEMINARS HELD ON ALTERNATING TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY EVENINGS.  ALL SEMINARS BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 7:00 PM.  ALL SEMINARS ARE HELD IN ROOM 9101 (first floor and down hallway from the fitness center). No one admitted after 7: 10 PM. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION---CALL 595-7742

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