Distinguished Professor Clare Reimers
Public lecture May 13th from 9:00 to 10:30 AM
Memorial Union Horizon Room (49)

Professor Reimers is internationally known for her research in seafloor biogeochemistry - an important, poorly understood, and notoriously difficult to measure part of the global carbon cycle. She is equally known for development and application of new technologies that have enabled advances in understanding the transfer of nutrients and carbon across the sediment-water interface. More information regarding Professor Reimers and her many accomplishments can be found here.

 

Distinguished Professor Mas Subramanian
Public lecture May 13th from 1:00 to 2:30 PM
Memorial Union Horizon Room (49)

Professor Subramanian is a world-class experimental solid-state materials chemist who is internationally renowned for the many new compositions of mater that he has discovered and for the wide range of important physical and chemical properties that they reveal. Recently, he was widely celebrated for his discovery of a new intense blue pigment, the YlnMn, commonly known as Bluetiful. More information regarding Professor Subramanian and his many accomplishments can be found here.

 

Distinguished Professor Virginia Weis
Public lecture May 13th from 3:00 to 4:30 PM
Memorial Union Horizon Room (49)

Professor Weis has built a world-class, award-winning research program at OSU studying reef-building corals. She is the world leader in coral symbiosis cell biology. Current efforts to develop many of the solutions to coral reef decline are based on the foundational information that Weis and her colleagues have discovered. More information regarding Professor Weis and her many accomplishments can be found here.