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Faculty Activities R-Z
Jeanne Romero-Severson, associate professor of biological sciences, was an invited seminar speaker at Penn State University and Connecticut Ag Research Station on May 3 - 9, 2011. The title of the talk was "Seeing the forest and the trees." She attended NSF workshop, "The Future of Plant Genome Sequencing and Analysis in Cold Spring Harbor," MA on May 17-21, 2011. This was by invitation only, and she presented a talk titled "Nonmodel, highly heterozygous, outcrossing, disomic polyploids with large genomes." She attended NSF project meeting "The Shatz Symposium" and presented a symposium talk in Mt. Alto, Pennsylvania, on July 9 - 14, 2011. Thiswas by invitation only and she presented a talk titled "A long term strategy for combating exotic pests in butternut."
Robert Schulz, professor of biological sciences, traveled to Boston for discussion with a collaborator and to Dartmouth to present a seminar on April 30 - May 4, 2011. The title for the seminar was "Regulators of the Hematopoictic Progenitor Niche and Blood Cell Homeostasis in Drosophila."