Metropolitan State University's STEM Student Association invites you to attend interesting science talks on a variety of topics in the fields of biology and chemistry. On Oct. 24, Peter Wragg of the Department of Forest Resources will lead a seminar entitled "Cover it up! Using Plants to Control Buckthorn."
The STEM Student Association is an "organization of interdisciplinary science, technology, engineering, and mathematics studies." Further, this student-run organization is "dedicated to the inspiration of lifelong learning, the pursuit of advanced knowledge, and the creation of a unified and service-driven scientific, technological, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) community at Metropolitan State University."
To learn more about this event, or the STEM Student Organization, check out their OrgSync page.