THE ADVANCEMENT OF CONTEMPORARY MOLECULAR BIOLOGY PROBLEMS
Oklahoma State University
MICR 3033 – Cell & Molecular Biology Course
Unique opportunity for students to practice the ability to speak and present scientific content in a controlled environment. Voluntary participation of currently enrolled MICR 3033 students (ONLINE and LIVE course versions) to select a topic and present a paper of significance to a selected (friendly) audience. The objective is to have interested MICR3033 students to register and speak at the symposium in ONE of the four selected CONTENT topics.
Multiple Drug Resistance
Genetically Modified Organisms
Environmental Molecular Biology
Biomaterials: Manipulation of Biological Enzyme Systems
Dates: 11, 12 and 13 of April – Time: 3:30 -5:00 PM – Location: LSW 103
Register with Lauryn Wilson by sending Email to: LAURYN.WILSON@OKSTATE.EDU with the following:
– topic preference, day and time of preference.
10 minute presentations, prepared by students from selected keynote articles.
Reward for Participation
Up to 150 EXTRA POINTS will be awarded to all participants (speaker) in the Symposium, provided they are enrolled or in MICR3033 Live or MICR3033 Online class in the Spring 2017 Semester. Earned points will be determined from “peer-evaluations”: for example, an overall peer-evaluation of 80%, will add 120 points on top of your regular grading score.