AY 2020-21

Browse our multiple events this academic year, including seminars, bio journal club, movie nights, and many more.

Thursday 9/24/2020, 12-1 pm EST: Virtual Biojournal Club

In past years, we have met together in the Fischman wing over a catered lunch of pizza. This year we encourage you to grab lunch from Peirce or your kitchen and join us (wherever you may be) via Google Meet

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Friday 9/25/2020, 8:30 pm EST: Virtual Movie Night: “Jurassic Park” (1993)

Watch the movie on your platform of choice, and join the BSAG (Biology Student Advisory Group) on a concurrent Google Meet to chat and share your frustrations with scientific inaccuracies and any unrelated comments!

Link to Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/yhp-kood-swn

Monday 9/28/2020, 4:10 – 5:30 pm EST: Remote Research Seminar with Dr Chris Bickford

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Remote seminar by our own Dr. Chris Bickford: Wait, that can’t be right!  Sphagnum photosynthesis exhibits reverse sensitivity to CO2.

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86541113620?pwd%3DNFVGTHRCMEtrQ1lWSXRIUThpWnVoQT09

Thursday 10/8/2020, 6:15 pm EST: Hybrid movie screening of “Picture a Scientist & discussion

Join us for a campus-wide screening of Picture A Scientist! 

Wednesday, October 7: On-campus viewings (6:15pm) and virtual & in-person discussions led by Dr. Ruth Heindel (8pm).

October 6 12pm – October 9 12pm: Viewing window to see the film on your own device.

Register for this event by Friday, October 2 to get a link to see the film and to sign up for a viewing party and discussion: https://tinyurl.com/pas-kenyon.

PICTURE A SCIENTIST chronicles the groundswell of researchers who are writing a new chapter for women scientists. Biologist Nancy Hopkins, chemist Raychelle Burks, and geologist Jane Willenbring lead viewers on a journey deep into their own experiences in the sciences, ranging from brutal harassment to years of subtle slights. Along the way, from cramped laboratories to spectacular field stations, we encounter scientific luminaries – including social scientists, neuroscientists, and psychologists – who provide new perspectives on how to make science itself more diverse, equitable, and open to all.