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Seminar Courses

This Spring 2020 seminar courses offered in Biological Sciences.

Course Number CRN Course Name Instructor
69600 22801 Cell and Molecular Biology Gelvin
69500 20330 Structural Biol Rsrch Seminar Noinaj

Or consider a seminar in another department. Below is a list including when they are typically offered:

Typical Term(s) offered Dept Course Title Outline Credit Hour
Spring AGRY 69600 Agronomy Graduate Seminar Weekly discussion of assigned topics in soil and crop science. 1
Fall/Spring ANSC 68100 Animal Sciences Graduate Seminar Presentations by graduate students on topics of interest in animal sciences. Permission of department required. 1
Fall/Spring/Summer BCHM 69000 Seminar in Biochemistry Seminary In Biochemistry. Permission of instructor required. 1
Fall BCHM 69500 Biochemistry Seminar Weekly seminar that highlights currents topics in biochemical research, including structural biology, biotechnology, and cell biology 1
Fall (odd years) BTNY 66100 Scientific Presentation This course covers the full range of activities involved in carrying a piece of original research to completion as a presentation to a scientific community. Emphasis is on principles of clear and concise technical presentation and reporting. Topics include: research presentation goals; judging one's audience; data presentation formats and composition; effective delivery styles. Students must have sufficient data from their graduate studies to prepare a seminar. n/a
Fall/Spring BTNY 69000 Department Seminar Reports and discussion of research and current topics 1
Fall/Spring BTNY 69700 Seminar in The Plant Sciences Advanced study of contemporary topics in plant biology, plant pathology, and weed science. Graduate students enrolled will receive training and experience in preparing and presenting seminars. 1
Fall/Spring/Summer CPB 57900 Seminar in Comparative Medicine A discussion course focusing on current issues of laboratory animal medicine. Review of current activities, health surveillance reports, etc. Selected cases are presented in detail, including clinical presentation, interpretation of diagnostic tests, and gross and microscopic pathology. In addition, this seminar includes discussions on animal resource management; surgery; animal experimentation; current journal reports; zoonoses; and clinical animal disease diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and control, and other species and topics not formally covered in other core courses. 2
Fall/Spring/Summer CPB 58000 Seminar in Cancer Genetics Directed readings, discussions, and other intensive studies in specialized topics of the disciplines of the department. The topic of study will be selected and announced prior to the semester offered and will be indicated in the student's record. 1-4
Fall EAPS 50000 Seminar on Graduate Study and Scientific Research Group discussion of graduate study, particularly the nature of scientific research, in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, based on detailed study of texts written for students of experimental medicine and forestry. Designed for students for whom graduate study is impending here or elsewhere. 2
Spring EAPS 69000 Seminar in Atmospheric Science Presentations and discussions by staff and graduate students on subjects of contemporary interest in atmospheric science. 1
Fall/spring EAPS 69100 Seminar in Earth Science Presentations and discussions by staff and graduate students on subjects of contemporary interest in the geologic sciences. 1
Fall/Spring/Summer EDCI 51600 Seminar in Environmental Education The seminar covers current research and literature in environmental education, focusing on teaching children and adults about the environment. Topics vary by semester and student interest. 3
Spring EDCI 62200 Seminar in Science Education Current issues in science education. Typical topics considered are: (1) science curriculum; (2) concept learning; (3) teacher education; (4) intellectual developments; (5) current research. 1-3
Fall/Spring/Summer ENTM 69000 Seminar Current problems in the field of entomology, with special reference to technical research. 0-1
Fall/Spring/Summer FNR 67900 Forestry Resources Seminar Required for graduate students in forestry and natural resources. Topics vary. Prerequisite: Required of graduate students in forestry, natural resources. 0-1
Fall/Spring FS 68400 Food Science Seminar Current topics in food science 1

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