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!
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.
This weeks GCM will take place on Thursday in support of the departmental program “You Are Not Alone.”
Please use the link that Greg sent out to sign up to help! We will be representing the Jordan Institute to the community.
The Aggies Can Competition has officially started! There is a box located near the entrance of the SPO for collection. Please remember to fill out the form via the QR Code so the Jordan committee can get credit for any cans donated. The last day to donate is November 8th. Let’s BTHO Hunger!
Fellows proposals must be submitted to the MSC L.T. Jordan Office, room 2293 on the 2nd floor of the MSC, by 5pm on October 29th.
Fellows interviews will be conducted from November 7th to the 14th. Upon notification, applicants will sign up for time slots for the interview.