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September 6, 2007

Biology department to offer fall seminar series; next offering Sept. 28

The ULM Department of Biology will offer several educational seminars during the fall 2007 semester, with the first to begin Friday, Sept. 21.

During the inaugural seminar, Neil Douglas, a ULM professor emeritus and the former director/curator of the ULM Museum of Natural History vertebrate (fish and reptiles) collection from 1962-1997, will speak about “Louisiana’s inland fishes: a quarter century of change” Sept. 21 in Garrett Hall, Room 202 at 1 p.m.

September offerings will conclude with a presentation by Dwayne Wise of Mississippi State University entitled “Understanding control checkpoints of eukaryotic cell division” Friday, Sept. 28 in Garrett Hall, Room 202 at 1 p.m.

For future semester seminars, check the department of biology schedule at and more information, contact Ricky Fiorillo at (318) 342-1797 or

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