Good morning everyone, Please see my e-mail below regarding Dr. Randall Weselake's visit to the department in March, and the opportunity for the graduate students to meet with him on Tuesday, March 26. Thanks, Bev
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We can organize the refreshments and snacks for the 26th. I'll post up some signs and try to start spreading the word. Do you think you could forward the date and time to the rest of the grad students for now? I'll send out a reminder email closer to the date too.
Quoting Bev Godard Bev.Godard@ad.umanitoba.ca:
Hi Mary, Dr. Randall Weselake has been invited to deliver the Bendelow Lecture on March 27. He will be here from March 25 - 27. Traditionally, the invited speakers meet with our graduate students for questions/discussion. I have built into the itinerary for Dr. Weselake to meet with the Plant Science graduate students for coffee on Tuesday, March 26 from 10:15 - 11:30am in your grad lounge.
The Dr. Victor M. Bendelow Memorial Lectureship presents: Dr. Randall J. Weselake "From Oilsands to Oilseeds"
Dr. Weselake is a Professor and Tier 1 Canada Research Chair of the Agricultural Lipid Biotechnology Program in the Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science at the University of Alberta. Dr. Weselake is best known for his research in the seed oil content found in major oilseed crops. Wednesday, March 27, 2013 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Richardson International Auditorium 172 Agriculture Building Please join us at 3:00p.m. for refreshments.
This is a great opportunity for the grad students to meet with Dr. Weselake on their own turf.
Last year, the grad students requested that they organize the coffee and refreshments for this meeting. Do you want to do the same this year?
Bev Godard Secretary to the Head Department of Plant Science University of Manitoba 222 Agriculture Building 66 Dafoe Road Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
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