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    Spring 2010 and Fall 2009
    Archived events are listed in chronological order.

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    Cooper-Wilson and Assisi (Photo by Dr. Holmes) September 2008
    CBU Biology Activities
    Archives: Spring 2010 -- Fall 2009
    Archived items below are listed in reverse chronological order.
    • 10-11 June  • 8-9 July • 2-3 August 2010   Summer Advising for new students
  • Summer Advising Schedule
  • 13 and 14 May 2010  Baccalaureate and Commencement Photos
  • Beta Beta Beta Receives Student Life Awards 26 April 2010
    The CBU Office of Student Life recognizes outstanding students and student organizations for their commitment to organizational and Lasallian principles.
    • 2010 CBU Student Organization of the Year presented to the Mu tau chapter of Beta Beta Beta by CBU Student Life
    • 2010 Advisor of the Year presented to Dr. Mary Ogilvie, Professor of Biology, faculty advisor to BBB
    The Sadie Lisenby Award recognizes students who have embellished the qualities of Ms. Sadie through their efforts on campus, the Memphis community, or the world. 
    • 2010 Sadie Lisenby Achievment Award for Service to CBU presented to Kristi Prevost (President of Mu tau, BBB)
    Link to national Beta Beta Beta
  • Tuesday, 20 April 2010 
  • 14thAnnual CBU Student Research Poster Session.
    Noon--1:45 pm
    Sabbatini Lounge (East Lounge), 2nd floor Thomas Center 
    Dominic Dunn Award Presentation 12:45 PM
    Research Posters on display: 11:00 am – 1:45 pm, Tuesday, 21 April 2009
  • 2010 Poster Session and Program
  • Sponsored by Alpha Chi
  • Caitlin Ashley at the 2010 Poster Session
    Wed., 14 April 2010    CBU School of Sciences Charity Volleyball Game
    6:00 pm Canale Arena Gymnasium. 
    Youth and Vitality?
    Youth & Vitality
    (SOS Students)
    Youth & Vitality   (SOS Students)
    vs.
    Old Age & Deceit  (SOS Faculty & Staff)
  • Dr. Holmes provided the following account: "To start off, student team A played student team B for the right to play the faculty team.  Team B won the first game, but team A came back and won the next two.  The faculty won the first game with team A, but then lost a close second game.  Student team A was ahead in the third game when the score reached 15, but the players agreed to continue to 25. The faculty then came from behind to take the 3rd game in a tightly contested struggle 29-27."  April 2010 SOS Newsletter
  • Old Age and Deceit?
    Old Age & Deceit
    (SOS Faculty)
    Most of the 2010 Faculty volleyball teamA few of the 2010 Youth and Vitality participants
  • Saturday, 10 April 2010    Tennessee Academy of Sciences Collegiate MeetingLink to 2009 CBU at TAS page
    • The 2010 TAS meeting hosted by CBU.
      • Registration will begin at 8:30 am in Assisi Hall Foyer.. 
      • Dr. Smarrelli's Keynote Address "From cloning genes to a college presidency: Is it all in the DNA?" begins at 9:00 am in AH153. 
      • Four concurrent sessions of Presentations will be from 10:00 am-12:15 pm

      • Engineering in AH122, Behavior in AH155, Molecular/Cell Biology in AH005, and Chemistry/Biochemistry in AH007. 
      • Photos and the Program posted.
      • Abstracts were due by 19 March 2010 via e-mail to Dr. Fitzgerald.  Student papers will be judged in each session and best paper awards will be given.  Registration will be $10.00 per attendee to help defray costs and lunch will be served.  For further information please contact Dr. Malinda Fitzgerald (malinda@cbu.edu
  • Tuesday, 2 March 2010 

  • Biology Seminar Mini-poster Session 
    12:30-1:50 pm  AH 155
    2010 Junior Poster Session2010 Junior Poster Session
    2010 CBU Junior Poster Session
  • Friday, 12 February 2010    Darwin's Birthday 
  • Birthday cake from CBU's 2007 Darwin day celebration
    Galapagos finches pictured on the cake:
    Left: Tower (Genovesa) Is.  Sharp-beaked ground finch (female), Geospiza difficilis, on Opuntia flower. 
    Middle: Cactus ground finch, Geospiza scandens, on Opuntia.   Right: Santa Cruz Is.  Small tree finch, Camarhynchus parvulus.
    Dr. Ross's Galapagos photos of finches
  • Charles Robert Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, England on February 12, 1809.
  • The complete works of Charles Darwin online
  • Thursday, 4 February 2010    Annual Beta Beta Beta Induction
  • 6:30 pm in Spain Auditorium, Buckman Hall
  • Photos from the February 2010 Beta Beta Beta Induction
  • TriBeta Officers at the Feb 2010 Induction
    Beta Beta Beta at CBU
    beta beta beta is a national biology honor society for undergraduates.
    "Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research."
  • Monday, 11 January 2010  First Day of Spring Semester Classes
  • Check the updated room assignment for your courses:  online course schedule
  • Final Exam Schedule for Fall 2009:  Monday-Friday, 14-18 December
    • The final exam schedule for the fall term for day classes is available online. 
    • Exams will be held in the room where the class normally meets unless a specific room is noted.
    • First, look in the "Exam Groups" for your course number and section.  If you do not find a listing for your specific course, then look for the time your class met during the semester.  Exam dates are listed along the top row and Exam times are listed down the left column. 
  • Thursday,  10 December 2009   Beta Beta Beta  and ACS Christmas and Holiday Party 6:00 pm in Sabbatini (East Lounge)
    • We will eat, sing Christmas carols, and have a fun time. 
    • New students are welcome.  You do not have to be an official member of tri-Beta to attend this party!
    Link to CBU's BBB web page
    Link to CBU's ACS web page
  • Thursday -Friday, 26-29 Nov. 2009   Thanksgiving Break
  • IHappy Thanksgiving!
    Friday, 13 Nov. 2009   Beta Beta Beta  Bowling for Uganda  5:00-7:00 pm
    • BOWL-A-THON FOR UGANDA: The annual Beta Beta Beta Bowl-a-thon for Uganda is Friday evening, 5:00-7:00 p.m., at Billy Hardwick All Star Bowling Lanes (1576 S. White Station). 
    • Beta Beta Beta thanks all those who supported the 2009 BBB Bowl-a-thon, which was a whopping success! BBB was able to raise an amazing $1790, and are still waiting on a few sponsors to send in their donations. All of the funds will go to Hope North in Uganda. First place winners were the 'CBU Alum Team' — Christina Brown (Biology '06), David Tran (Chemistry '05), Angela Lloyd, Ben Reeves (Chemistry '05), and Matt Morgan (Physics '07). Second place went to 'Honors Kids' really good bowlers' — Joe Alfonso (Biology '12), Jacky Wong (Engineering '10), Nick Watkins (Biology '12), Devlin Smith (Engineering '12), and Justin Gallagher (Chemistry '12). The third place team consisted of Binh Nguyen, Ting Wong, Binoy Shah, Kristen Le, Xiong Lin, Dale Smith, and Russel Salendria. Thanks again and congrats to the winners!

    •  
      • The Bowl-a-Thon supports the Hope North Community in Uganda that shelters and educates Ugandans displaced by the war. 
      • Bowling teams should be 4 or 5 people (no more than 5 per team).  If you don't have a team but still want to participate, don't worry- email Dr. Ogilvie (mogilvie@cbu.edu) or Natalie Hart (nhart@cbu.edu) and we can assign you to a team. 
      • Teams sign up to play by turning in a team sign-up sheet to Dr. Mary Ogilvie  mogilvie@cbu.edu by Monday, 9 Nov. 2009. The entrance fee per person is $15 with two sponsors and $20 each without sponsors, and covers the lane, bowling shoes, as well as pizza and drinks for each team.  If you plan on getting sponsors to help cover your entrance fee, a sponsor form is available.  Additional donations are always welcome. 
      • Bring spouses, friends, and family members for a great time and a great cause.   This will be a fun evening, with raffle prizes and trophies at the end, and we hope to see you there! 
    • 2008 Photos:  Caduceus 
    • Ending Poverty Through Enterprise:  Raising Funds for Hope North, an Internally Displaced People’s Camp in Uganda
      • Hope North is a remote village in Uganda and is commonly referred to as a self-sustainable internally displaced people’s camp, created as the result of a civil war in Uganda.  The Acholi people have been the targets of this war, in which their own children have been abducted by the “Lord’s Resistance Army” and then forced to kill their own kinfolk.  The U.N. and many other non-profit organizations have set up camps in Uganda in hopes of protecting many of the displaced Acholi people.  These camps are overcrowded and have been infiltrated by many diseases such as Typhoid, Malaria, and now most commonly Cholera. These are only a few of the numerous challenges that the villages face.

     
     


     

  • Saturday, 31 Oct. 2009.  Halloween
  • Before 31 October...  (specimen, F. Cucurbitaceae)After:  on 31 October.  Happy Halloween!
    • Friday, 30 October 2009   Halloween Benefit Concert  for LeBonheur Children's Medical Centerstarting at 12:00 p.m.  Alfonso Dining Hall
  • HALLOWEEN BENEFIT CONCERT: After a six-year hiatus, Death Warmed Over will return to campus for a concert benefiting LeBonheur Children's Medical Center on Friday, 30 Oct. 2009 starting 12:00 p.m. in Alfonso Dining Hall.
  • As part of that concert, there will also be a Faculty/Staff Costume Contest, judged by the attending students. (We have a decibel meter to determine enthusiasm level.) Winner will receive a $10 gift certificate from Dinstuhl's Chocolates at Laurelwood.
  • For more information, contact Dr. Eisen at 321-3447.
  • Faculty and Student Performers at the 2002 Benefit Concert
    Thursday, 29 Oct. 2009   Health Career Opportunities Fair at CBU!
    • 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Sabbatini Lounge, Thomas Center
    • Arranged to help CBU students find out about graduate programs in health care.  At the annual Health Career Opportunities Fair representatives of health-related graduate programs will be available to answer your questions about their programs.  This event is anchored by the various schools of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, and we expect representatives from other regional universities and from the military scholarship programs.
  • Representatives from the following programs will be on hand to answer questions:
    • University of Tennessee Health Science Center - Memphis
      • College of Allied Health Sciences (Cytology, Dental Hygiene, Health Info. Management, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy)
      • College of Dentistry (Dr. Wisdom Coleman)
      • College of Graduate Health Sciences 
      • College of Medicine (Nelson Strother) 
      • College of Nursing 
      • College of Pharmacy (Dr. James Eoff)
    • American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine & Member Colleges: 

    •      A.T. Still University–Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (ATSU/KCOM) 
           A.T. Still University–School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (ATSU/SOMA) 
           Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine 
           Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine 
           Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Bradenton Campus 
           Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Erie
           Lincoln Memorial University–DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine
           Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia Campus
    • Bethel University (McKenzie, TN) PA Program (Ms. Sandy Atwill)
    • Scholl School of Podiatric Medicine (Ms. Mandy Meinhardt)
    • Southern College of Optometry - Memphis  Ms. Sunni Ewing
    • West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (Lewisburg, WV) 
    • United States Navy Medical Scholarship Program  (Officer Victor Gooden)
  • For more information contact:  Dr. Stan Eisen (seisen@cbu.edu), Pre-professional Health Programs, CBU
  • Link to CBU's Beta Beta Beta web page

  • Tuesday, 29 Sept. 2009  BBB Interview Workshop 6:30 pm
    • Beta Beta Beta will host the annual mock interview session on 29 Sept. 2009. We will have health professionals come and give 30-minute interviews.  Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may participate; however, juniors and seniors will be given priority.
    • Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors students who are applying or planning to apply to professional schools (e.g. Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Veterinary, Optometry, etc.), have signed up for a mock interview.  For more information, contact Dr. Ogilvie (mogilvie@cbu.edu).
    • CBU's chapter of Beta Beta Beta will match CBU student interviewees with medical professionals who will conduct one-on-one interviews.
    • Professionals from each field will be in attendance for the interviews.
    • Photos from the Sept. 2006 Interview Workshop
    Sept. 2006 BBB Interview Workshop
    BBB Interview Workshops: 
    Be part of the Tradition

    2004 BBB Interview Workshop

    Sept. 2006 BBB Interview Workshop

  • Saturday, 19 Sept. 2009   MHIRT Projects Symposium and 2009 Wrap-up  

  • CW 105 9:00 am-noon pm 
    • Students who participated in the 2009 projects from this international research experience presented the results from their summer research.  

    Above: Rachel Dutkosky, Caroline Mitchell (CBU, History Major)
    "Two Non-Invasive Research Methods for the Study of Wild Jaguar Populations" 


    Above: Caitlin Ashley (CBU, Biomedsci Major) 
    "Comparing the Amplification of White Spot Syndrome Virus Genes with Different Primers"

    Above: Ting Wong(CBU, Biology Major)
    " Role of the alpha-1-adrenergic Receptors on the Reconsolidation of Olfactory"

    • The Minority Health International Research Training grant to CBU supports undergraduate and graduate students who are selected to join summer research projects in Brazil and Uganda.  MHIRT is a paid internship.  All expenses relative to travel, room and board, preparation, and workshops are paid for and you receive a stipend.   The MHIRT application deadline is 27 Jan. 2010.
    • See the MHIRT website and contact Dr. Fitzgerald (malinda@cbu.edu) or Ms. Julia Hanebrink (jhanebri@cbu.edu) to find out about MHIRT paid research opportunities in Brazil and Uganda for 2010!
    Program
    MHIRT Projects Symposium and 2009 Wrap-up
    • Students who participated in the 2009 projects from this international research experience  presented the results from their summer research. If you may be interested in applying to participate in MHIRT research in the future.  Contact Julia Hanebrink (jhanebri@ cbu.edu)
    • Schedule of Presentations:  9:00 a.m. -- noon CW 105
      • Breakfast from 8:30-9:00am
      • 9:00 Introduction by Dr. Malinda Fitzgerald
      • 9:10 Lily Harmon-Gross, Lindsay McClain  ""The Art of Healing: The Efficacious Use of Art Therapy with Former Child Soldiers in Northern Uganda"
      •  9:30 Casey Carr "Calbindin D-28k, Calretinin, and Parvalbumin as markers of specific neuronal groups in the mammalian brain"
      • 9:50 Rachel Dutkosky, Caroline Mitchell "Advantages and Disadvantages of Two Non-Invasive Research Methods for the Study of Wild Jaguar Populations" 
      • 10:10 Christopher Campbell “The Study of The Dynamics of Biped Though Aves”
      • 10:30 Mya F. Santos, Lindsey Holloman "Amplitude of P100 visual evoked cortical potential (VECP) as function of achromatic contrast stimulus in glaucomatous patients" 
      • 10:50 Caitlin Ashley "Comparing the Amplification of White Spot Syndrome Virus Genes with Different Primers"
      • 11:10 Kara E. Miller, Joy Nolte "Health-Seeking Behaviors and Healthcare Perspectives in Rural Southwest Uganda" 
      • 11:30 Ting Wong " Role of the alpha-1-adrenergic Receptors on the Reconsolidation of Olfactory"
      • 12:00  Lunch served 
      • 12:30-2:30 Wrap-up and Evaluation.  Debriefing and discussion of summer work, evaluations and other business for the 2009 MHIRT students. 
    • The Minority Health International Research Training grant to CBU supports undergraduate and graduate students who are selected to join summer research projects in Brazil and Uganda.  MHIRT is a paid internship.  All expenses relative to travel, room and board, preparation, and workshops are paid for and you receive a stipend.   The MHIRT application deadline is 27 Jan. 2010.
    • See the MHIRT website and contact Dr. Fitzgerald (malinda@cbu.edu) or Ms. Julia Hanebrink (jhanebri@cbu.edu) to find out about MHIRT paid research opportunities in Brazil and Uganda for 2010!
    • Photos from 2008
    Link to CBU's BBB web page.
  • Thursday,  10 Sept. 2009   Tri-Beta Meeting 12:30 pm in CW 105
    • New students are welcome. You do not have to be an official member of Tri-Beta to attend and participate!
    • The main agenda items will be the upcoming Beta Beta Beta activities for this semester. 
    • Mock interviews will be held September 29th. This event gives students a chance to gain insight into what a "real world" interview would be like. If interested, you can send Dr. Ogilvie an e-mail at mogilvie@cbu.edu, be sure to specify the field in which you would like to interview.
    Beta Beta Beta at CBU
    beta beta beta is a national biology honor society for undergraduates. 
    "Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research."
    • The CBU (Mu Tau) Chapter of beta beta beta also serves as a Biology Club welcoming interested students to participate in a variety of social and career related activities.
    • Dr. Ogilvie is the faculty advisor for BBB.
    Link to CBU's BBB web page.

    Biology Majors & Health Careers Meeting
    Thursday, 3 Sept. 2009  12:45--1:50 p.m.  Room: AH 153

    Photos from the 2009 Meeting

      (1)  Bro. Edward Salgado will introduce the Biology Department Faculty (and other Faculty members present)  and will mention which Biology courses are taught by each person.
      (2) Bro. Edward will discuss CBU's Biology Major, Biomedical Science Major, and Biology degree with an Environmental Science Concentration. 
      • All students need to keep in touch with their academic advisor and should check their CBU email often. 
      (3) Dr. Malinda Fitzgerald and Julia Hanebrink will describe CBU Biology International Research and service opportunities through MHIRT. (4) Dr. Merat will describe the Chemistry and Biochemistry Majors (particularly as as options for pre-health care students).  You will find details about these majors linked from the Chemistry Dept. web page
      (5) BBB students and Dr. Ogilvie will describe CBU's chapter of Beta Beta Beta and how new students can participate right away.  This National Biology Honor Society is also your Biology club at CBU.  The group will sponsor several activities open to all CBU students interested in Biology and Biology Careers
      • There will be a BBB meeting Thursday, 10 Sept. 2009 starting at 12:30 pm in CW 105.  New students are welcome! 
      (6) Dr. Ross will show some Biology Dept. web pages and mention the email listserv for all biology students.  If you are not receiving CBU Biology email (biology@lists.cbu.edu) messages, you are welcome to join the Biology listserv.  To be added to the list, email Dr. Ross, aross@cbu.edu
      (7) Dr. Eisen will discuss Preprofessional Health Care Careers advising and will distribute this year's edition of the printed Health Careers booklet.  Health Careers is also available online.  Contact Dr. Eisen to sign up for the Caduceus email list. Here's a slide show covering some of the points Dr. Eisen will discuss at the meeting. Bro. Edward Salgado welcomes students and faculty to the 2009 meeting.
  • Fall Registration and Classes
  • Fri.--Sun., 21-23 Aug. 2009:  New Student Orientation 
  • New Student Orientation [2009 information is now available]
  • Monday, 24 August 2008  First Day of Fall Semester Classes
    • Chemistry Placement Exam Information:  The placement exam will be given during the first Chem 113 class meeting, Monday, 24 August.  For more information, contact Dr. Merat (email dmerat@cbu.edu; phone 901-321-4201) 
    • Many science labs do meet the first week of classes.  For example, all sections of BIOL 111L Principles of Biology I Lab will meet.  Additionally, all BIOL 111 "discussion" sections will meet as scheduled.  Many non-Freshman Biology labs will also meet the first week.  Check with your professor. 
    Principles of Biology 4 Nov. 2008
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  • Thursday, 14 May 2009  Baccalaureate Ceremony 7:00 pm in the University Theater
    • Friday, 15 May 2009  Commencement4:00 pm Desoto Civic Center
    Congratulations to the May 2009
    CBU School of Sciences Graduates 

    Bachelor of Science/Arts in Science & Mathematics

    Melody Lyn Allensworth ............ Biology
    Andrew Kary Mehdi Assadollahi ............ Mathematics (also see Undergraduate Engineering)
    Michael Adel Antone ............ Biology
    Isaac Jerome Barr ............ Natural Science
    Scott Christopher Berry ............ Biology
    Ryan Douglas Blankenship ............ Mathematics (Bachelor of Arts)
    William Gayle Britt ............ Natural Science
    Katelyn Brumfield ............ Natural Science
    Feng Cai ............ Computer Science
    Nakia Marie Chambliss ............ Biology
    Courtney Nicole Colotta ............ Biology
    Stewart Matthew Condren ............ Computer Science (also see Undergraduate Engineering)
    Daniel Gene Darnell ............ Biology
    Edward Justin Derrick ............ Chemistry
    Antony Gene Eddy ............ Chemistry
    Meghan Beth Foard ............ Natural Science
    Alan Richard Fredericks ............ Biology
    Heather Nicole Gosnell ............ Biology
    Daniel Robert Hess ............ Computer Science (also see Undergraduate Engineering)
    Danielle Elaine Howell ............ Natural Science
    David Lee Garrett James ............ Computer Science (also see Undergraduate Engineering)
    Stephanie L. Johnson ............ Biology
    Kyle Steven Jones ............ Computer Science
    Jacqueline Leigh Kalder** ............ Natural Science
    John Daniel Legge ............ Mathematics and Chemistry
    Valencia Danielle Lewis ............ Natural Science
    Adam Konrad Luka ............ Biology
    Erica C. McMorise ............ Biology
    Kevin A. Nuckolls ............ Computer Science
    Stephanie Leigh Parker ............ Biology
    Michelle Diann Paul ............ Biomedical Science
    Jason Porter* ............ Biology
    Teddy Salan* ............ Computer Science (also see Undergraduate Engineering)
    Madiha Sayani** ............ Natural Science
    Alicia Monique Scarborough ............ Biology
    Hope Brett Shackelford ............ Biology
    Roger Dale Smith ............ Computer Science and Mathematics
    Daniel Joseph Sullivan ............ Natural Science
    Whitney Peirce Torok* ............ Natural Science
    Kelly Jane Towns ............ Biology
    Tuyetdung Ngoc Tran ............ Chemistry
    John Robert Waldorf III ............ Computer Science (also see Undergraduate Engineering)
    Emily Huei-chung Wong ............ Biology
    Ying Ying Wong ............ Biology

    * Denotes completion of degree requirements in December 2008
    ** Denotes completion of degree requirements in August 2009

    Archives CBU Biology News & Events
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