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The Citadel, 171 Moultrie Street, Charleston, SC
Wednesday, October 9, 2019, 6 – 8pm

Duckett Hall Auditorium, The Citadel campus

“Matthew Toomey is an Assistant Professor of Biology in the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences, at the Univ. of Tulsa. His research is focused on understanding the adaptations of the avian visual system by bringing together a diversity of approaches from optical physics to animal behavior. He also pursues studies of the molecular and enzymatic mechanisms of pigment metabolism that generate the spectacular diversity of coloration in the animal kingdom.

We’ll gather at 6:00, in Duckett Hall auditorium on The Citadel’s campus, for a chance to socialize and share some snacks (feel free to bring your favorite :-), then the talk will begin at 6:30. See you there, and bring a friend!
Directions & Parking: Duckett Hall is #46 on this interactive map (…); for parking use Kovats Field, (#42 on the map) or any space marked “Visitor” around the Parade Deck (Summerall Field; marked #4 on the map).”

Event Type: Lecture/Discussion