Bio 487 Biology Colloquium - The biology colloquium meets approximately once a month during the academic year for lectures and discussions led by visiting scholars, faculty, and student researchers. Biology majors and minors are eligible to obtain 1 academic credit after attending 10 colloquia. Students should fill out and promptly return to SHL 231 the colloquium reports if they want their attendance recorded for credit.
First-year students (Fall 2014) must attend 12 colloquia in their time at Luther in order to complete a Biology major. These students, also, should fill out and promptly return to SHL 231 the colloquium reports if they want their attendance recorded.
Spring 2015 Biology Colloquium: All colloquia will be held at 9:40 a.m. in the room listed. .
Thursday, February 19th, V206 - "Rogue Biologists, and Agricultural Anarchists: The Biology and Culture of Seed Saving" - Dr. Tim Johnson, Seed Savers Echange, Decorah, IA.
Thursday, April 9th, V362 - Student Research Presentations
Thursday, April 23rd, V362 - "Genomic Diversity: What's Recombination Got To Do With It?" - Dr. Suzanne McGaugh, Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, University of Miinnesota
Thursday, May 7th, Valders Hall of Science and Sampson Hoffland Laboratories (various rooms) - Luther College Research Symposium