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Note: Colloquium will be held via Zoom until the university resumes normal operations. See Virtual Colloquium: Zoom Instructions for registration information.
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The scheduled speakers for GES Colloquium this semester reflect the incredible variety and reach of the GES Center’s work and affiliated scholars. A number of colloquia are linked to other GES Center activities this semester, including our Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology exhibition, An Evening with Margaret Atwood, and our AgBioFEWS PhD program.
Videos and/or slides from Colloquium will be posted here weekly. We encourage you to sign up for the GES Updates newsletter to get regular announcements! Many of our speakers are traveling some distance, and we often arrange for them to share meals and meet with GES faculty and students. Be on the lookout for a button to click on Colloquium announcements that allow you to express interest in meeting with a speaker during their visit. It’s a great way to learn more, expand your network, and help make our off-campus guests feel welcome at NC State.
If you would like to earn one credit for attending, please register for GES 591-002 and contact the instructors of record, Zachary Brown (email@example.com) and Todd Kuiken (firstname.lastname@example.org), with any questions.
Speakers are asked to complete this form at least three weeks in advance of their scheduled talk. We welcome scholars and experts at all career stages, with a range of opinions, perspectives, and disciplines. Consider signing up to practice an important conference talk, share a piece of your thesis research, or introduce yourself to the GES Community. We also welcome nominations for speakers from campus or beyond.
During regular university operations, GES Colloquium meets weekly on Tuesdays at 12 pm in the Poe Hall, Room 202. In addition to providing us with a larger space, this new location is better equipped for recording and live-streaming.
All colloquia are live-streamed and open to the public, unless specifically noted.
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