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  • SLU Sigma Xi Research Symposium on May 7, 2018

    SLU Sigma Xi's Annual Research Symposium is coming up this Monday, May 7th from 3:30 - 5 pm in the Wool Ballroom (lower level of Busch Student Center) on the campus of Saint Louis University.

    A link to the full program is available below.

    Please forward this message to your colleagues and students who might be interested in attending. We hope to see you all there!

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  • Extended Deadline: April 6 - SLU Sigma Xi Research Symposium Call for Submissions

    The SLU Sigma Xi Research Symposium will be held from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Monday, May 7, 2018 in the Wool Ballroom, on the lower level of Busch Student Center.

    Both undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit an abstract. The deadline for abstract submission is 5 p.m. Friday, April 6.

    There will be a total of six awards, one for each of the highest scoring undergraduate and graduate projects in the three subject divisions (biological/life sciences, physical/engineering sciences, and social/behavioral sciences).

    Abstract Submission Guidelines*:

    Abstracts must be submitted via the Google form here.
    The following information is required:
    Presenter's name and email
    Affiliation
    Research Advisor's name and email
    Coauthors and affiliations (if any)
    Specify whether undergraduate or graduate category
    Specify which section you are entering (life/biological sciences; physical sciences/engineering/mathematics; or social/behavioral sciences)
    Abstract should be no longer than 200 words and should include topic background, research question, method(s), and brief results. No footnotes or images should be included
    Abstract Submission deadline: 5:00 p.m. Friday, April 6, 2018.

    Click here for additional information.

    Any questions can be sent to sigmaxi@slu.edu.

    *All research that involves animals, human subjects or bio/chemical agents and/or radiation must receive the appropriate institutional approvals. Click here further information.

    Please forward this message to your colleagues and students who might be interested.

    Sincerely,

    Hisako Matsuo, President

    Dana Baum, President-Elect

    Lisa Willoughby, Treasurer

    Tesa Rigel Hines, Secretary 

    Sigma Xi Scientific Research Honor Society is an honor society and was founded in 1886. The Society has more than 500 chapters in the world. The SLU chapter was founded in 1944. If you are interested in becoming a member, please send a message to sigmaxi@slu.edu. For more information regarding the Sigma Xi Scientific Research Honor Society, click here. more
  • Science Bowl Volunteers Needed

    You’re invited to PLEASE volunteer for the Missouri Regional Science Bowl competition held on February 24th at Washington University.  We need over 100 people to help!!!  Breakfast, lunch and a t-shirt are included for your time!!  You’re more than welcome to invite family and friends to help out (including, 15+ in age).  The Missouri Regional Science Bowl is a one day event that involves an academic competition for middle school students across Missouri as well as science-related enrichment activities (STEM).  The champion of the Missouri competition will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the National Science Bowl (sponsored by the Dept. of Energy). 

     

    Science Bowl Competition

    Date:  Saturday, February 24, 2018

    Time:  7:30a – 5pm (as the day goes on, teams are eliminated and we are able to let some volunteers leave earlier afternoon)

    Location: Washington University

     

    We have five types of roles to fill for the day: scorekeepers, moderators, timekeepers, runners & logistics. 

    -Scorekeepers keep score during the competition

    -Moderators read the questions for students to answer. 

    -Timekeepers will track time limits set for students to answer questions asked by the Moderator.

    -Runners will “run” (no real running involved) question sheets from room to room each round. 

    -Logistics help set up & break down the event. 

     ***Training for Moderators, Scorekeepers & Timekeepers will take place the week before the event.

     

    Sign up in the link below & share with friend/family as well:

    http://www.moscibo.org/volunteer

     

    Contact Angela.M.Miller@monsanto.com with any questions.

     

    Angela M. Miller

    Canada Corn & Soy Production Management and Global Corn Licensing Finance Analyst

    Monsanto Company

    PH: 314-694-7849

    Angela.m.miller@monsanto.com

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