Discoveries in the Making series returns

discoveries stream 2UAB graduate students and postdocs will share the results of their research when the “Discoveries in the Making” lecture series resumes this month with two local events.

Doctoral student Amy Bonka will deliver “A Tale of Two Turtles: Using Science to Save the World’s Most Endangered Sea Turtles,” about her research in the field of marine biology 6 p.m. Jan. 9 in the Ghost Train Brewing Co.

Graduate students and postdocs can participate by volunteering to present their research at a public event or by writing about current research for the UAB Graduate School blog. Learn more online or email kimeaton@uab.edu.

Doctoral student Jonathan Adams will present “How to Stop a Bully: A Guide for Students, Parents and Teachers,” with tips and methods derived from his research in the Department of Psychology’s Lifespan Developmental Psychology specialization, 2 p.m. Jan. 28 in the Abbey Coffee Shop.

Graduate students and postdocs can participate in the Discoveries in the Making series by volunteering to present their research at a public event or by writing about current research for the UAB Graduate School blog. Learn more online or email kimeaton@uab.edu.

 
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