The final Science Pub of the academic year will feature six graduate students from across Old Dominion University in conjunction with Graduate Student Appreciation week.

This year marks the fourth Science Pub Lightning Talks which features timed talks of five minutes by graduate student researchers. The event is scheduled for 7 p.m. on April 7 via Zoom.

Registration is recommended before April 6. Participants will receive a link to the event.

The event will be emceed by Thomas Socha, professor in Communication & Theatre Arts and graduate program director of Lifespan & Digital Communication.

Speakers include:

Brenda Berumen-Flucker
School of Community and Environmental Health

Natalie I. Cruz
Educational Foundations & Leadership

Grant Highland
Graduate Program in International Studies

Joedian Morris
Chemistry and Biochemistry

Tihara Richardson
School of Public Service

Austin Tapp
Biomedical Engineering Institute

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