The next Natural Science Seminar is Friday March 7th at 4 PM in Science rm 147. Or speaker will be Dr. Kirt Onthank of Walla Walla University.
Dr. Onthank studies octopuses (aka octopi ) and other cool cephalapods. The title of his talk is "Uncovering the Life Histories of Cephalopods Using Stable Isotopes".
Feel free to invite anyone you think who might be interested in this fascinating seminar. Everyone is welcome!
This is the final Natural Science Seminar for the Winter Quarter. Please expect an announcement from us for the Spring Quarter events sometime early April.
Visitor parking permits are available to community members who would like to attend. Please contact the Biological Sciences Department at (509) 963-2731 by 12:00 on the day of the seminar to make arrangements.
See you there!
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