chalk talk PROGRAM COURSES - CHALK TALK

chalk talk “CBI Chalk Talk” is
• An informal monthly research and pizza series featuring CBI laboratories
• A great way to meet and stay in touch with the CBI community
• Wednesdays 12:15 - 1:15 in 1634 LGRT (Math Lounge)
• Chem797 -- A required course for CBI students; please register four semesters

 

2014 - 2015 Chalk Talk Schedule

Fall 2014
Date Groups Press Releases
9/10/14 Joe Jerry & Bob Zimmermann celebration photos
10/15/14 Min Chen & Jeanne Hardy Monifa Fahie, Christina Chisholm (Chen Group)
Maureen Hill, Derek MacPherson (Hardy Group)
11/19/14 Molecule Workshop (registered students should attend) ISB 321  
12/10/14 Dan Hebert & Mike Knapp Abla Tannous (Hebert Group)
Lydia Lamriben (Hebert Group)
Cornelius Taabazuing (Knapp Group)
Spring 2015
1/28/15 Vince Rotello & Elizabeth Vierling Keith Ballard (Vierling Group)
Daniel Moyano, Rui Tang (Rotello Group)
2/25/15 Sloan Siegrist & Lynmarie Thompson Siegrist Group
Libbie Haglin, Xuni Li (Thompson Group)
3/25/15 Scott Garman & Shelly Peyton Derrick Deming (Garman Group)
Matt Metcalf (Garman Group)
Lauren Jansen (Peyton Group)
4/29/15 CBI Trainees Coralie Backlund (Tew Group)
Joseph Hardie (Rotello/Farkas Groups)
Kris Kolewe (Schiffman Group)

Chalk Talk format:
12:15 - 12:45 = group 1
Faculty 10 min with chalk & Q/A
Student 10 min with slides & Q/A
12:45 - 1:15 = group 2
Faculty 10 min with chalk & Q/A
Student 10 min with slides & Q/A
1:15 = pizza
The goal is for everyone to learn something from the talks and discussions, to catch the excitement of the questions, promise of the approaches, etc.

Chalk Talks bring the CBI community together on a monthly basis to discuss ongoing research in CBI laboratories. Each meeting provides the opportunity for two research groups to present their work. Chalk Talks are normally structured so that research groups from different home departments present in the same session. The goal is to engage members from all of the CBI affilliated departments in order to convey the key problems and approaches encountered by each research group to the wider research community at the chemistry-biology interface.

Chalk Talk Press Release:
Presenting students submit a "Press Release" one week before the Talk (≤ 150 words + figure) that explains what's exciting about your project, written for non-specialists (eg level of Scientific American or NY Times science section). Get people interested and primed for your talk! Get some feedback from your peers and advisor to help you make your Press Release cool!

Previous Chalk Talks:

2013 - 2014 | 2012 - 2013 | 2011 - 2012 | 2010 - 2011 | 2009-2010 | 2008-2009 | 2007-2008 | 2006-2007 | 2005-2006 | 2004-2005 | 2003-2004 | 2002-2003 | 2001-2002 | 2000-2001 | 1999-2000 | 1998-1999 | 1997-1998 | 1996-1997 | 1996 | 1995