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Meeting March 29th: CES Student Symposium

Dear CES members and student speakers,

The long-awaited March meeting with our annual student symposium will be this Friday, March 29, at UConn's Biology Physics Building Room 130.  We will gather for pizza and to socialize at 6:30 p.m. in the commons area, and the business meeting will start at 7:30.  Student presentations will start between 7:30 and 8:00 p.m.

A Zoom link is is available for those who are not able to attend in person. Please email for the Zoom link.

Presenters, their affiliation, and the titles of the presentations are as follows.  There may be some late changes:

Dom Rowland, UConn, "Picky SWD Parasitoids?"

Kyle Rossner, UConn, "Spit it out: using regurgitates to disentangle the bank"

Paul Kraut, Wesleyan, "Testing PCR primer sensitivity and effectiveness for L.crenatae mccanii"

Alina Filandro, Quinnipiac University, "Monarch butterfly wing morphology as related to migratory status"

Petra Wakker, Yale University, "Local adaptation of Chaoborus punctipennis to seasonal and constant predation regimes"

Maya Sestan, Yale University, "Bees in Berkeley and the Bay"

The purpose of these presentations is to provide an opportunity for students to share their work and enhance professional development by practicing giving scientific presentations. We hope to see you there!


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