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 Nov. 28, Justa Heinen-Kay of the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior will lead a seminar entitled "Direct and Indirect Effects of Natural Enemies on the Evolution of Sexual Traits."
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.