Current Topics in Biology Seminar Series – The effects of harmful algal blooms on organisms and the environment
CURRENT TOPICS IN BIOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES “Harmful Algal Blooms” Jason Adolf PhD. Associate Professor, Monmouth University Current Topics in Biology Seminar Series is a series of seminars throughout the academic year. Speakers come to Brookdale to do presentations reporting the outcomes of their research efforts in current issues in biology. This seminar will explain the effects of harmful algal blooms on organisms and the environment.Find out more »
This seminar will clarify the application and admission processes to all of the Health Sciences Programs. Offered by the Counseling and Advising Offices, there will be representatives from Registration and Records as well as the Health Sciences Institute.Find out more »
Current Topics in Biology: Life that Glows: a hidden world of glowing organisms-found right here in New Jersey.
Current Topics in Biology Life that Glows: a hidden world of glowing organisms-found right here in New Jersey! Presenter: Jennifer Bulava, Burlington County Park Lead NaturalistFind out more »
Priority deadline to apply for Rutgers New Brunswick for Fall 2020 is Feb. 1st!Find out more »
Current Topics in Biology Seminar Series Title: Meeting Bee's Needs: 'Increasing the conservation value of powerline corridors for pollinators through vegetation management" Speaker: Kimberly Russell PhD, Assistant Professor, Rutgers University, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources.Find out more »
Thursday, April 14, 1:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m., held in MAN 105 Transcending Divisions: The Mühldorf Train of Death Film Viewing & Discussion led by Professor Marc Bonagura In the last days of World War II, on 25 April 1945, the Nazis committed one of their last atrocities. A train with over 3,600 prisoners in 60 to 80 wagons departed from the concentration camp at Mühldorf, conveying mainly Hungarian Jews southwards to Tyrol. Declared goal of the Nazis: none of…Find out more »