Oral presentations will be given throughout the day beginning at 9:00 AM and end at 5:00 PM.
Located throughout the Kirkhof Center.
Posters will be displayed throughout the day beginning at 9:00 AM and ending at 5:00 PM. Student presenters will be available for at least one hour next to the poster.
Located in the Henry Hall Atrium and the Grand River Room of Kirkhof Center.
There will be Panel Presentations in Kirkhof Center, and Film & Video Presentations displayed in the Mary Idema Pew Library.
Beginning on April 1 and running through April 16, 2017, the Mary Idema Pew Library Exhibition Space will host 2-D and 3-D student art.
An artist reception will be held on April 12, 2017 beginning at 5:30 PM.
The wall in the Kirkhof Center Lobby will also have the fishladder exhibit on display.
Browse presentations, read abstracts, and create your own personalized schedule.
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Student Scholars Day is hosting a lunch for GVSU students, and their faculty mentors, who are preparing for graduate school programs. If you have been accepted or applied to a Graduate School program, please join us on April 12, 2017, as we celebrate your work and provide some tips as you prepare.
We are pleased to welcome two GVSU alums as the Keynote speakers: Dr. Delia Fernandez and Nico Fernandez. The talk is entitled, "Do’s and Don’ts: Handling the Many Transitions of Graduate School."
Dr. Fernández is a historian of Latina/o history. She completed her B.A. in History at Grand Valley State University in 2010, her Master’s in History in 2012 from Ohio State University, and her doctorate in history in 2015, also at Ohio State. Her work focuses on how Latina/os use panethnic identity to garner more political, social, and economic rights in the twentieth century. Her research and teaching interests also include the intersections of race, ethnicity, and sexuality in American history. She is currently working on a book length manuscript that focuses on Latino migration, panethnic identity, community formation, and activism among Mexicans and Puerto Ricans in Grand Rapids, Michigan from the 1920s to the 1970s.
Nico Fernandez is a PhD candidate in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at Michigan State University. He received his B.S. in Biomedical Sciences at Grand Valley State University in 2014. His research at Michigan State focuses on bacterial second messenger signaling and biofilm formation in the human pathogens Vibrio cholerae, Escherichia coli O104:H4, and Burkholderia cenocepacia. Upon graduation, he wishes to continue his research as a postdoctoral researcher and, ultimately, as a professor at a university.
Dr. Liliana M. Dávalos
2204 Pere Marquette, Kirkhof Center
Liliana M. Dávalos is Associate Professor of Conservation Biology at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York. She is interested in the forces shaping biodiversity in time and space, including effects from human activities. Her research focuses on the evolution of species and trait diversity, and on how to conserve ecosystems today and into the future. Professor Dávalos is a 2013 Kavli Frontiers of Science Fellow for outstanding early career, a 2012 National Academies of Sciences Education Fellow in the Life Sciences, and has advised the United Nations Office of Drug and Crime on statistical analyses of deforestation since 2007. She is coauthor of the 2016 World Drug Report, responsible for thematic subsections on environmental sustainability.
Learn more about the Dávalos Lab.
Learn more about the Keynote Lecture.
Dr. Liliana M. Dávalos
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY
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