UI Explorers Seminar: Maurine Neiman, UI Biology Department

Date: 

Thursday, May 8, 2014 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Location: 

Macbride Hall, Biosphere Discovery Hub, Hageboeck Hall of Birds
 The University of Iowa Museum of Natural History hosts UI Explorers Seminars Series monthly on Thursday evenings, featuring interdisciplinary public lectures by researchers from the University of Iowa and beyond who explore science, the environment, prehistory, culture and the interactions of such topics. A cross-section of UI departments are represented in the series each semester, including Anthropology, Geoscience, Environmental Science, Geography, Biological Sciences, and Engineering. The seminars take place monthly on Thursday evenings at 7:00pm in the Museum?s Biosphere Discovery Hub. Each program involves an approximately 45 minute lecture, followed by discussion and refreshments from Molly?s Cupcakes in Iowa City.

 

        
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