Presentations by invited guests and Le Moyne faculty and students
Join us to learn about the active science research programs at Le Moyne and beyond. Speakers include Le Moyne faculty members and students, as well as researchers and scientists from other colleges and universities and the private sector.
Sponsored by the natural science departments. For more information, contact Dr. Emily Ledgerwood.
Seminars are held on Friday afternoons in the Science Center Addition, Room 100, 3:30-4:30pm
Friday, September 16
Ronald Calvo, Naturalist and Adventure Tour Guide, Coasts and Mountain Adventures
Friday, September 23
"Geological Evolution and Biodiversity of Costa Rica"
Tim Coles, Ph.D., Project Director and Founder, Operation Wallacea
Friday, October 7
“Quantifying Biodiversity in Tropical Rainforests and Reefs- How Can I Help?”
Faculty Members, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences
Friday, October 14
"Travel Courses in Biological and Environmental Sciences: Upcoming Experiential Learning Opportunities Around the World”
Brian Wilson, '17, Le Moyne College
Friday, October 21
"In Situ Crystallography: Growing X-Ray Quality Crystals"
James Gayvert, '17, Le Moyne College
"Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Polymer Solutions in an Explicit Solvent"
L. Jamie Lamit, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Michigan Technological University
Friday, October 28
"What's hidden in the bog?: Uncovering microbial diversity in the world's peatlands through high-throughput DNA sequencing"
Thaddeus Sim, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Business Analytics, Le Moyne College
Friday, November 4
"Nature Inspired Techniques for Solving Business and Societal Problems"
Caitlin Miller, Visiting Assistant Professor, Le Moyne College and Research Scientist, AptaMatrix, Inc
Friday, November 11
"Acyclic Identification of Aptamers"
George V. Coyne, S.J., McDevitt Chair of Physics, Le Moyne College
Friday, December 2
"Gravitational Waves and Einstein's Curves"
Gianno Pannafino, '17, Le Moyne College
"Disruption of RNA Polymerase I Complex Integrity in Craniofacial Disorder Treacher Collins Syndrome"
Friday, December 9
Student Research Presentations