Microbiology

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News & Events

The Microbiology Department is holding a banquet to hand out student awards. Check here for more information. 

Learn more about the newest Micro class "Brewing Microbiology" hereThis class is offered for free to the public as well as a MICR 4003 credit for students.  It is taught by our own Tyrrell Conway.

Dr. Robert L. Burnap has been elected to the fellowship status in the American Academy of Microbiology! Read more about it here.

The MMG Departmental Seminar Series schedule is posted and updated regularly. Be sure to join us Monday afternoons 3:30 in 215 Life Sciences East for the latest in research findings!

The MMG Graduate Student Journal Club schedule is posted and updated regularly. Be sure to join us on Monday mornings at 11:30 in 215 Life Sciences East for presentations on research findings. 

The MMG Newsletter for fall 2016 is out. Read it here

 

 

 

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