The NSURP BIPOC Seminar Series will be Tuesdays at 10 AM PT/1 ET. Undergraduates who register, regardless of being matched, will have access to the BIPOC (Black and Indigenous People of Color) Seminar Series. This series will feature science, professional development, and ethics talks given by BIPOC.

Recordings of Previous Meetings and Seminars 2021

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Dr. Lydia Jennings: “Reclaiming Mining Approaches in Southern Arizona: Considering Science and Policy Aspects that Build Resiliency” 6-17-21

Dr. Anthony Flores: “Dr. Strange-science or: How I learned to stop worrying and love streptococci” 6-22-21

Dr. Joel Muraco: “Social Media Netiquette, Branding, and Networking” 6-24-21

Dr. Rita Tamayo: “Phenotypic Heterogeneity in Clostridioides difficile 7-1-21

Dr. Michael Johnson: “How to Give a Talk” 7-6-21

Dr. Ariangela Kozik: “Fantastic Microbes and Where To Find Them” 7-8-21

Dr. Beronda Montgomery: “From Seeds of Inspiration to a Harvest of Discovery” 7-13-21

Recordings of Previous Meetings and Seminars 2020

Introduction and Welcome 6-25-20 (Text of Zoom Chat)

Dr. Michael Johnson: “Three things you need for a successful scientific career” 6-30-20

Dr. Christopher Barnes: “Structures of human antibodies bound to the SARS-CoV-2 spike glycoprotein” 7-7-20

Dr. Kat Milligan-Myhre:From Qikiktagruk to the halls of academia: a microbiology journey on a macro scale” 7-14-20

Dr. Floyd Wormley “Induction of Protective Immunity Against Pulmonary Cryptococcosis – An /AIDS –Defining Disease” 7-21-20

Dr. Thessicar E. Antoine: “Oh The Places You Will Go” 7-28-20

Dr. Karmella Haynes:Gene Surgery with CRISPER on Your Home Computer” 8-4-20

Rackeb Tesfaye:Moving Towards Inclusive Science Communication” 8-11-20