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How wrestling rhinoceros beetles may produce a bio-diverse, tasty, and desirable future

Date: 02/24/14
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Audience: Public
Sponsored By: EvoS Program, EvoS Club, Student Association, Campus Auxiliary Services, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Location: Lecture Center 102
Contact: Briana Tauber, x2379,

Join us for a talk by Natalie Jeremijenko of the Department of Art at New York University for a discussion on strategies we can use to decrease the negative effects we impose on our environment. Jeremijenko will discuss how exploring various foods and food systems can provide us with information on how we, as a collective group, can improve overall environmental health and increase biodiversity.