The University of Southern California Wrigley Institute proudly announces our upcoming 2021 Delta Murphy Distinguished Lecture. Join three pathbreaking scientists to discuss their unique experiences overcoming inequitable obstacles, and to address the critical importance of diverse voices leading the scientific enterprise: Rita Colwell, PhD – Former Director, National Science Foundation; Professor, University of Maryland; Dawn Wright, PhD – Chief Scientist, Esri; Oceanographer; and Hope Jahren, PhD – Author, ‘Lab Girl’; Professor, University of Oslo. This event will be moderated by Dr. Carly Kenkel, Gabilan Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, USC, and co-sponsored with the USC Marine and Environmental Biology Department (MEB), and the USC Environmental Studies Program (ENST). Register in advance for the webinar on March 11, 2021 at 12-2pm PST.
This NSF-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program will support ten highly motivated and talented undergraduate students to conduct independent but guided research that focuses on Coastal Ocean Processes during an intensive 10-week program at the USC Wrigley Marine Science Center on Catalina Island, CA. The program will provide students with hands-on research experience, training in laboratory and field methodologies, introductory lectures and special seminars in oceanography and marine science, academic and career advisement, professional development workshops, group activities and field trips to explore Catalina Island’s unique ecosystems. Applications are due by Feb. 14, 2020.
You are invited to join us for our Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium featuring research on coastal ocean processes, subseafloor microbes and more by undergraduates of the USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies Summer REU program and the Center for Dark Energy Biosphere Investigations C4 and GGURE programs. Light refreshments will be served. Please send an email to Gwen Noda email@example.com to let us know that you plan to attend. See the flyer for more details.