Sep
19
Wed
Fellows Lecture Series: Joel Taylor @ 1110 Allen
Sep 19 @ 12:20 PM – 1:20 PM

Joel Taylor is a Master’s candidate at the Bush School. Joel and his team traveled to 9 different districts in Uganda this past December to research on existing refrigeration and freezing practices for protecting and preserving perishable agricultural and pharmaceutical products. Through his experience abroad, Joel gained a better understanding of food logistics in East Africa as it relates to temperature controlled supply chains. Come hear about Joel’s experience and what he learned!

Sep
26
Wed
Fellows Lecture Series: Leigh Ellyn Preston @ SPH Classroom 119/120
Sep 26 @ 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Leigh Ellyn Preston is a DrPH candidate in Epidemiology and Environmental Science at the Texas A&M School of Public Health. Leigh traveled to Quito, Ecuador to research the environmental health infrastructure issues and zoonotic exposures that potentially influence diarrheal disease in urban neighborhoods versus rural neighborhoods. While abroad, Leigh also had a goal to identify barrios on the islands of San Cristobal and Santa Cruz with higher incidence rates of parasitic infections. Come hear about Leigh’s experience and what she learned!

Oct
2
Tue
ILAP Informational @ MSC 2501
Oct 2 @ 7:00 PM – 8:10 PM

Come join us to learn more about the Internship and Living Abroad Programs. If you are interested, you will not want to miss out!

ISP Informational @ MSC 2502
Oct 2 @ 7:00 PM – 8:10 PM

Come join us to learn more about the International Service Program. If you are interested, you will not want to miss out!

Oct
3
Wed
ILAP Informational @ MSC 2501
Oct 3 @ 5:30 PM – 6:40 PM

Come join us to learn more about the Internship and Living Abroad Programs. If you are interested, you will not want to miss out!

Oct
4
Thu
Fellows Lecture Series: Rachel Adams @ WFES 336
Oct 4 @ 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

Rachel Adams is a PhD candidate in the Ecosystem Science and Management department. Her research focuses on deep rooting tropical trees in the seasonally dry forests of the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico. With genetics tools and stable isotopes, Adams determined which species can grow deep roots into the caves and how their access to groundwater impacts above ground forest composition and productivity. Come hear about Rachel’s experience and what she learned!

Oct
10
Wed
Fellows Lecture Series: Brianna Myre @ BTLR 309
Oct 10 @ 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Brie Myre is a PhD candidate in Biology studying sea turtle feeding physiology during reproduction. Her goal is to use physiology as a tool for conservation, as hormones can inform us about the cryptic behavior of these mysterious creatures. The central focus of Brie’s work is to advise the development of more effective conservation plans to aid Olive Ridley sea turtles in having more and healthier offspring. Come hear about Brie’s experience and what she learned!

Oct
12
Fri
Fellows Pre-Proposal Due
Oct 12 @ 5:00 PM

Fellows pre-proposals must be submitted to the MSC L.T. Jordan Office, room 2293 on the 2nd floor of the MSC, by 5pm on October 12th.

Oct
18
Thu
You Are Not Alone @ Rudder Theater
Oct 18 @ 7:00 PM

This weeks GCM will take place on Thursday in support of the departmental program “You Are Not Alone.”

Oct
19
Fri
Bee the Change @ MSC 2405
Oct 19 @ 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Come join MSC L.T. Jordan to learn how you can promote healthy bee populations locally and how those changes impact the world with College Station’s very own Prime Bee Farm. The program will be followed by a MSC Visual Arts Committee reception with bee artist Nancy Macko in the Reynolds Gallery (MSC 2421). Free “Bee The Change” t-shirts while supplies last!