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BEES Graduate Seminar: Experimental Induction of Antipredator Behavior in Asian Elephants
Start Date: 1/10/2013Start Time: 3:30 PM
End Date: 1/10/2013End Time: 4:50 PM

Event Description
The BEES Graduate Research Seminar is a weekly series of scientific presentations by faculty, graduate students and outside speakers. The seminars are opportunities for learning about and discussing ongoing research in the department and current issues in biodiversity, earth and environmental science.
 
Title: Experimental Induction of Antipredator Behavior in Asian Elephants and its Utility in Mitigating Crop-Raiding
 
Speakers:
  • Dr. David Velinsky – research summary
  • Dr. Jerry Mead – research summary
  • Dr. Vivek Thuppil, University of California Davis (former Drexel Environmental Science student)
About the Seminar: The BEES seminar is a course requirement for Ph.D. graduate students. Students are required to attend and give a presentation on their thesis research. Outside speakers are hosted by a department member and typically visit labs and have discussions with the students.

Refreshments will be served.
Contact Information:
Name: Donald Charles
Email: charles@ansp.org
Location:
Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building, 104
Audience:
  • Alumni
  • Current Students
  • Faculty
  • Parents & Families
  • Prospective Students
  • Public
  • Staff
  • Special Features:
  • Free Food

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