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Earth & Life History, Fall '21: Session 5

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Russian Art: Session 5

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Armchair Traveler: Icelandic Adventures with Joan Palmer (Week 3)

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Chinook Salmon Restoration: A Species on the Edge

Dr. Steve Blumenshine Department of Biology CSU Fresno The Chinook salmon is culturally, economically, and resourcefully important to the Pacific Northwest. The majority of the fish come from Alaska…

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Antarctica: A Scientific Odyssey

Dr. Fraka Harmsen Director, US Engagement Victoria University of Wellington During her time as a professor of geology at CSU, Fresno, Dr. Fraka Harmsen was asked to be the sedimentologist on an…

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Stem Cells, Gene Editing, and the Future of Biology

Dr. ​David Stachura Department of Biological Sciences CSU Chico Dr. Stachura and his students primarily study the molecular control of blood cell development. In this presentation, he explains why…

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Wings and Feathers: Citizen Scientists and the World of Birds

Dr. Sarah Blackstone Retired Dean of Fine Arts University of Victoria, BC The Gateway Science Museum welcomes back the former Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts, Dr. Sarah Blackstone. Although her…

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Climate Changes Everything for Everyone

Dune Lankard Alaskan Representative Center for Biological Diversity Dune Lankard discusses the impacts of climate change on the 31 rural villages along the Alaskan coast. Communities, wildlife,…

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The Genomics of Physiological Resilience in Killfish

Dr. Andrew Whitehead Department of Environmental Toxicology, UC Davis Dr. Whitehead studies the resistance and resilience of species to environmental stress exposure; he uses the killifish as his…

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