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The Science Colloquium is entering its 18th year of offering weekly science programs to the MJC and the community. The Science Colloquium presents a variety of topics of interest to our students, faculty, and the community. All are welcome to attend, and admission is free.
Science Community Center, Room 115, West Campus, 3 pm - 4 p.m.
Contact Person: Teri Curtis (209) 575-6775 firstname.lastname@example.org
Science Community Center, Rm 115, MJC West Campus
All discussions are subject to change based on availability of speaker.
Bianca Arao, MJC Biology Major,
“Experiences from Summer 2016 Biology internship”;
Megan Kuhn, UCD Graduate,
“The Medical School Application Process”
Brian Green, MJC Librarian "Life at the McMurdo Station, Antarctica"
Darwin Day: Bobby Hutchison, MJC Psychology Professor,
“How Evolution Unifies the Biological Sciences”
Megan Layhee, Aquatic Biologist, Central Sierra Environmental Resource Center,
“Forest-wide stream monitoring in the Central Sierra Nevada”
Anthony Presto, Outreach Representative, San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District,
“How Clean is the Air We Breathe?”
Richard Anderson, MJC Biology Professor Emeritus,
“Earth's 6th Extinction... is Actually the 7th”
Linda Brzezinski, MJC Adjunct Instructor of Chemistry,
"The Great American Eclipse of 2017"
Elizabeth McInnes, MJC Biology Professor,
“An Update on Climate Change”
Debra Bolter, Ph.D, MJC Anthropology Professor,
“What's new with Homo naledi and the Rising Star Cave, South Africa?”
Sara EJ Martin, MS, CC-SLP,
Career Opportunities for Speech - Language Pathologists: Another High Demand Allied Health Profession.
Teri Curtis, MJC Biology Professor,
“Success Stories from California’s Channel Islands”
Science Colloquium Lecture Archives
Phone: (209) 575-6173
Fax: (209) 575-6216
GVM/Planetarium: (209) 575-6196
Modesto Junior College - West Campus
Science Community Center - Room 134
2201 Blue Gum Ave
Modesto, CA 95358