The Munday School of Business’ annual Business Plan Competition is accepting applications now through Tuesday, 7 November. The competition is open to SEU students who are in Austin during the Spring 2018 Semester. For more details:
And to apply:
Dear faculty, staff, students, and alumni,
We’ll hold our first annual All-School Mass in the Chapel at St. Edward’s on Wed., 15 November at 5:15 pm in celebration of the Feast of Albertus Magnus, patron saint of Natural Sciences.
Please spread the word and join us as a community of faith to celebrate the Eucharist with Fr. Peter.
The Biology Department is hosting a seminar presented by Dr. Rickey Cothran from Southwestern Oklahoma State University on Tuesday 10/24 at 5 PM in the Carter Auditorium. As no food is allowed in the auditorium, pizza will be served in the lobby outside at 4:30 PM until 5 PM. Any remaining pizza will be served after the seminar has concluded.
This Thursday, October 19th at 5:15pm JBWN 206, We will have Pizza at 5:00pm
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From Prof. Dan Gold – Biology Seminar Series Coordinator
This seminar will be given by Dr. Jennifer Gumm, Assistant Professor at Stephen F. Austin University. She is being hosted here at SEU by Dr. Raelynn Deaton Haynes. The title of Dr. Gumm’s talk is “From genes to behavior: An integrative approach to sensory ecology in freshwater fishes.” There will be pizza served between 4:30-5 PM in the lobby outside Ragsdale 100 (Jones Auditorium). Note that no food is allowed in the auditorium.
In August 2017, the Department of Defense Basic Research Office hosted their first-ever Science, Technology & Innovation Exchange (STIx). This event which brought together speakers to address three major topics:
- The big question that my research seeks to answer
- The big question that my technology addresses
- The big question of identifying, nurturing, recruiting, and/or retaining top STEM talent
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Dr. Raychelle Burks was invited to speak on topic #3. She spoke about how she integrated to federally funding programs – one by the National Science Foundation and another by the U.S. Army – to recruit, train, and retain students to her research group. Her talk can be viewed in its entirety below and other STIx talks can be found here.