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Lab Happenings 2019

October 2019
Remco and Alexa are enjoying the presidential party of the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience that took place at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago IL with Eelke Snoeren, Liz Hammock, and Geert de Vries.

 

August 2019
The 18th meeting of the European Behavioral Pharmacology Society took place in Braga, Portugal with a Gala dinner at the Colunata Eventos, a historical building next to the Sanctuary and UNECSO World Heritage Site Bom Jesus de Monte and with spectacular views of the city of Braga.

May 2019

Check out an article about the Veenema lab with a Q & A about undergraduate research in the lab.

For our lab outing, we went bird watching at Fenner Nature Center and had a lot of fun. We saw and/or heard 40 bird species (highlights were a Scarlet Tanager, Baltimore Oriole, Indigo Bunting, Magnolia Warbler, Bay-breasted Warbler, American Redstarts, Cedar Waxwings, and a Wood Duck with ducklings). Christina created a bird bingo, which was a great success. Elie won the first round of bird bingo and Katie won the second round. Thank you Jen, Allie, and Parks from Michigan State Bird Observatory for allowing us to borrow 11 binoculars!

 

April 2019

Having Korean lunch with the lab to celebrate a fantastic successful month with 10 awards: Ann Marie (3x!), Alexa (1x), Ashley (1x), Christina (1x), Jessica (1x), Katie (1x), Leigha (1x), Morgen (1x).

 

March 2019

Christina, Ann Marie, and Katie volunteered at Girls Math & Science Day, organized by the Mid-Michigan chapter of Graduate Women in Science.