Our weekly seminar includes student research presentations, as well as alumni and other professionals talking about their work and life beyond NCC. Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry majors take the BIO/CHM 475 seminar course (click for course information) three times, twice as participants and once as a presenter, capping off their research experience. Seminars are open to the campus community and you don't have to be in the course to attend.

11 Sep
Organizational Meeting
North Central College
18 Sep
Silvia Alvarez-Clare
Morton Arboretum
Research Opportunities at the Morton Arboretum
18 Sep
Nicholas Mauro
North Central College
Research Opportunities for North Central College Students
25 Sep
Richard Due
North Central College
Title TBA
2 Oct
Michael Kerber
Modern Microscope Innovations for Biological Research
9 Oct
Kelsey LaMartina
North Central College
Selective Benzylic C-H Monooxidation Mediated by Iodine OxidesClick to see seminar abstract
9 Oct
Brittany Kostrzeski
North Central College
Determining food preference in Blaptica dubiaClick to see seminar abstract
16 Oct
Kayla Madigan
North Central College
How different germinants affect Bacillus horikoshii Click to see seminar abstract
16 Oct
Haley Kuck
North Central College
Development of Green Methodology for Selective Benzylic Monooxidation Click to see seminar abstract
23 Oct
Michael Curtis '12
Medical College of Wisconsin
Characterization of Stress and Innate Immunity Resistance of Wild-Type and Δp66 B. burgdorferiClick to see seminar abstract
30 Oct
TBA
30 Oct
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6 Nov
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6 Nov
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13 Nov
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13 Nov
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