Suter Science Seminars
Each year, a variety of expert scientists visit EMU’s campus to share their insights.
Suter Seminars include the following:
- Science Research Seminars- explore how research questions are addressed, data collected, and inferences formed
- STEM Professional Seminars- EMU alumni share the story of their professional journey and discuss the nature of their profession
- Science and Humanities Seminars- explore connections between science, faith, social issues, and other topics from the humanities.
- EMU STEM students’ research- STEM students present research, including published research and research presented at national conferences
Suter Science Seminar presentations are made possible by the sponsorship of the Daniel B. Suter Endowment in Biology and the co-sponsorship of supporting programs.
When and where
- Wednesdays at 4:00 pm, unless otherwise noted
- Room 106 of the Suter Science Center
- Free events, open to the public
- Refreshments and opportunities to meet the presenters.
Watch for a downloadable list of 2018-19 seminars soon. Complete information about each seminar will be available below.
When permission is granted, videos of past seminars are made available for student access.
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Fall 2018 Seminars
Wednesday, Sep 12 @ 4 - 6 p.m. SC106
STEM Student Summer Research Symposium
STEM Students, Eastern Mennonite University
Wednesday, Sep 26 @ 4 p.m. SC106
Water and Sanitation Impacts and Challenges in Appalachia
Leigh-Anne Krometis, PhD — Associate Professor in Biological Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech
Saturday, Oct 13 @ 9:00 a.m. SC106
Targeted Therapies in Pediatric Neuro-Oncology: Lessons from the Past, Hope for the Future
Trent Hummel, MD - Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Wednesday, Oct 24 @ 4 p.m. SC106
From Undergraduate Education to Meaningful Employment: How a Former EMU Psych Major Found Her Calling in the World of Academic Hospital Research
Jill Stoltzfus, PhD – Network Director, Research Institute, St. Luke's University Health Network
Wednesday, Nov 28 @ 4 p.m. SC106
Aging Genes and Electrochemistry in the Drosophila Brain
Jeffrey Copeland, PhD – Associate Professor of Biology, Eastern Mennonite University
Spring 2019 Seminars
Wednesday, Jan 30 @ 4 p.m. SC106
The Coastal Systems: What is At Risk and What is Needed to Achieve Resilience?
Anamaria Bukvic, PhD — Research Assistant Professor, Department of Geogpraphy, Virginia Tech
Wednesday, Feb 13 @ 4 p.m. SC106
The Journey to Address Health Disparities Among Native Americans and Indigenous Populations
John Lowe, RN, PhD, FAAN — Endowed Professor for Health Disparities Research; Director, Center for Indigenous Nursing Research for Health Equity, Florida State University College of Nursing
Wednesday, Feb 27 @ 4 p.m. SC106
Healing with Words: The Bibliotherapy Program at Clemson University
Windsor Westbrook Sherrill, PhD — Professor of Public Health Sciences, Associate VP for Health Research, Clemson University
Wednesday, Mar 27 @ 4:00 p.m. SC106
Nitrogen Out of the Bottle: The Challenge of Managing the Genie
James Galloway, PhD – Professor of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia
Wednesday, Apr 10 @ 4 p.m. SC106
Lessons Learned in 40 Years of Study and Care of the Cancer Patient
Richard Hostetter, MD, FACS – Surgical Oncologist, Goshen Physicians