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Science

Colloquium in the Life Sciences

September 14, 2009

The Colloquium in the Life Sciences encourages students to join the conversation and get involved and submit speaker nominations for this year's seminar series.

We here at The Colloquium in the Life Sciences are very excited about our schedule for the new year. The Colloquium provides an opportunity to connect with some of the biggest thinkers in life science research today.

Nominate speakers

The Colloquium is an ASCSU-funded organization open to all CSU students and faculty, and has been an essential part of campus life for more than 30 years. So don't get left out this time. Nominate your favorite speaker for our upcoming seminar series.

"Learn the truth" theme

This year's theme is "learn the truth." This exciting new series of talks will shatter stereotypes and set straight some of the public misconceptions about science. We are looking for dynamic speakers, scientists, teachers, philosophers, researchers, journalists, authors and policy-makers from all areas of life science.

If you would like to participate in this year’s events, check out our new website for all you need to know about getting your favorite speaker to CSU. Once your speaker has accepted the Colloquium's invitation to speak at CSU, you will be responsible for assisting in their travel arrangements and setting up their itinerary for the day of their talk. This is a great way to network with some of the greatest minds in your area of research.

Deadline Sept. 30

The deadline for speaker nominations has been extended to Sept. 30, 2009. Please make sure we receive your submissions via e-mail before then.

We also now have a Twitter feed up and running. Follow us to receive seminar reminders, links to speaker profiles and for the latest news on Colloquium activities!

As always, feel free to e-mail us with any questions or suggestions you may have.

Join the conversation. Get involved.


Contact: Leon van Eck
E-mail: colloq@lamar.colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-5025