Cohen Center

Cohen Center Conversation: Sexual Selection in the Hawaiian Damselfly

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Join us for the second Cohen Center Conversation! Biology Graduate Student, Phoebe Cook, shares her emerging Master's Thesis research on the Hawaiian Damselfly and her work in Hawaii. Grads will then chat with her about the various aspects of sexuality, gender, and buggy wonder as we enjoy snacks provided by the JMU Graduate Student Association.

This workshop is perfect for anyone who enjoys nature, interdisciplinary chats, or is curious about the work of a fellow Graduate student. 

Remember, these aren't formal events; so bring yourself, bring your friends, and let's have a good time!


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