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Student Research Colloquium

October 26, 2019

Keynote Speaker

Sheila N. Patek, Associate Professor
Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, Duke University

History of the Colloquium and Previous Keynote Speakers

The Student Research Colloquium of the Graduate Program in Marine Biology (GPMB) was established in 1998, to increase awareness of research activities by students and faculty affiliated with GPMB; to provide graduate students with experience in making scientific presentations; and to promote interactions among faculty and students conducting research in marine biology.

1999       Dr. Ken Tenore, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, University of Maryland

2000       Dr. John Pearse, Institute of Marine Science, Univ. of California, Santa Cruz

2001       Dr. Lauren Mullineaux, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute

2002       Dr. Larry Crowder, Duke Marine Laboratory, Duke University

2003       Dr. Walter Boynton, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Univ. of Maryland

2004       Dr. Malcolm Shick, School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine

2005       Dr. Margaret McFall-Ngai, University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School

2006       Dr. Jeffrey Levinton, State University of New York at Stony Brook

2007       Dr. Peter Wainwright, University of California, Davis

2008       Dr. James T. Carlton, Williams College & Williams-Mystic Program

2009       Dr. Steve Palumbi, Hopkins Marine Station & Stanford University

2009       Dr. Erik Sotka, CofC & Dr. Geoff Scott, Hollings Marine Laboratory

2010       Dr. Win Watson, University of New Hampshire

2011       Dr. John Bruno, University of North Carolina

2012       Dr. Thomas Near, Yale University

2013       Dr. Felicia Coleman, Florida State University & Coastal Marine Laboratory

2014       Dr. Dean Grubbs, Florida State University & Coastal Marine Laboratory

2015       Dr. Daniel Huber, University of Tampa

2016       Dr. David Hastings, Eckerd College

2017       Dr. Billie Swalla, University of Washington

2018       Dr. Sandra Brooke, Florida State University

Additional Resources

  • Guidelines for talks and posters for presenters