Seminars this week…
Monday, October 31st
Agricultural & Environmental Chemistry AGC 290-001- 4:10-6:00, 1 Wellman-Qi Zhang, Dept. Environmental Toxicology-title TBA
GGG Seminar in Genomics & Epigenetics 4:10 pm 1022 LSA-Vanessa Hayes, J. Craig Venter Institute, San Diego, Mapping the Extent of Human Genome Diversity
Plant Pathology PLP 290 -9:00-9:50, 115 Hutchison
Tuesday, November 1st
STATISTICS COLLOQUIUM- 3.10pm, MSB 1143 (Statistics Seminar Room) Refreshments: 3.30pm, MSB 4110 (Statistics Lounge)-Victor Panaretos (Institute of Mathematics of the Ecole Polytechniqe Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland) “Second-Order Comparison of Functional Populations and the Mechanical Properties of DNA”
Department of Chemistry 4:00-5:00pm Chem 179-John Turner, National Renewable Energy Laboratory “Challenges and Opportunities in Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting”
Center for Population Biology (CPB) Seminar Series 4:10 – 5:30PM 1022 Life Sciences Building- Christopher Griesemer, Graduate Student: Ecology Graduate Group, UC Davis
Bioinformatics Tech Forum – 11:00 – 4202 GBSF (biweekly)
Wednesday, November 2nd
BMCDB Student Seminars – 1:00 – 1022 LSA (free pizza) (biweekly)- Anna Erickson
Community Development CRD 290-12:10-1:00 pm, 141 Olson
Entomology Departmental Seminar ENT 297N- 12:10-1:00 pm, 122 Briggs- Todd Holmes, professor and vice chair, UC Irvine School of Medicine, will speak on “Drosophila Cryptochrome Mediates a Novel Non-Opsin Phototransduction Mechanism.” Will not be webcast, includes unpublished data Host: Joanna Chiu
Food Science & Technology Seminar 4:10 – 5:00 pm, Room 1207, RMI South Sensory Theater (occasionally has snacks)- Cheryl Mitchell, Creative Research Management. What it takes to Create Novel Food Products: Benchtop through Production
Geography Seminar Series (Geo 297),What’s Space Got to do with it? 4:10-5:30pm Hoagland 113 (refreshments!)- Richard Plant, Professor Emeritus in Biological and Agricultural Engineering and Plant Sciences, UC Davis. Topic: Precision Agriculture.
MIC 291 Seminar Series 4:10-5:30 PM 1022 Life Sciences Building- Chad Crain (Loge Lab) Exit Seminar
Plant Sciences Departmental Seminar 12pm-1pm PES 3001- Beth Mitcham: “Fruit quality from several perspectives”
Textiles Graduate Group Seminar (TXC 290) 4:10-5pm 135 Everson Hall
Thursday, November 3rd
Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series 4:10-5:30 p.m 1001 Giedt Hall-Butch Brodie “Time to Change the Channel: Predator-prey Arms Races and the Evolution of Toxin Resistance in Snakes
MCB Joint Seminar Series 4:10pm 1022 LSA (snacks)- Cellular Mechanisms of Insulin Resistance: Implications for Obesity, Lipodystrophy and Type 2 Diabetes, Gerald Shulman, Yale University
Perspectives in Neuroscience Seminar Series-12 pm-1 pm (select dates) CNS Conference Room 113 (1544 Newton Ct., Research Park)(11:30am reception)-A Network Perspective on Brain Function, Olaf Sporns, University of Indiana
Postharvest Biology Seminar (PBI 293) 12:10pm 163 Olson- Ionizing radiation Priya Natarajan
Department of Statistics Seminars 4:10 – 5:30pm, Colloquium Room 1147 Mathematical Sciences (Refreshments at 3.30pm in Statistics Lounge, 4110 Mathematical Sciences)- Patrice Koehl Dept Computer Science / Genome Center, UC Davis
Friday, November 4th
Biotechnology Program Seminar (MCB/ECH 294) 11:00 AM 1022 LSA- The UC Davis GMP Facility: Uniting a Successful Business Model with the Development of Life Saving Stem Cell Therapies. Gerhard Bauer, PhD Laboratory Director GMP Facility, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Stem Cell Program, UCD School of Medicine.
Emerging Challenges in Microbiology and Immunology 12:10 1005 GBSF (often has snacks)- Holland Chen, Ph.D.“Induced conformation of HIV Env conjugated with highly neutralizing antibody VRC01″ UC Davis Molecular and Cell Biology
Plant Biology Seminar Series 12:10pm 1022 Life Sciences- Jamie Cate (UC Berkeley, LBL) “A tale of two fungi: Improving biofuel production from plant biomass.” Host, Florence Zakharov (email@example.com).
Landscape Architecture Proseminar Series-Putah Creek: Lifeblood of the region, 12:10 -1:00pm, 230 Wellman
Viticulture & Enology Seminar 12:10 RMI Silverado Sensory Theater- M. Andrew Walker “Why would anyone breed grapes?”
This blog has brought to your attention that alternative career options are very relevant to today’s graduates with a PhD. In that alley, Sandia National Labs is having a recruitment session. Read below.
Careers with Sandia National Laboratories for Advanced Degree Holders
Wednesday, November 2
Noon-1:30pm | Room 114 South Hall
For all interested M.S. and Ph.D. science, engineering, and computer science students and postdocs
- Learn about the excellent opportunities at Sandia National Laboratory
- Meet Technical Members of Staff and UCD Alums -
- Jack Skinner, PhD in Mechanical Engineering from UC Davis
- Mien Yip, PhD in Civil Engineering from UC Davis
Bring Your Resume! Don’t have a resume? Or have a resume that needs some work? Attend our Resume Writing Workshop for Grad Students and Postdocs in advance of the information session
Food and drinks will be provided.
Sponsored by Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Career Services at the Internship and Career Center and the Office of Graduate Studies (Professional Development Series)
Read about it here.