Date(s) - 10/15/2018
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Description: Learn about the latest research from the Lau Lab on how plant populations respond to human-caused environmental change, the ecology and evolution of species interactions, and natural selection in the wild.
Presenters: Meredith Zettlemoyer and Susan Magnoli, Graduate Students, Michigan State University, Kellogg Biological Station.
Entry and parking instructions for October 15th program
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Bunker Interpretive Center’s main entrance at 1750 East Beltline Ave. SE is still under construction; for your safety do not enter this way. Instead, please use the directions below:
From the south: Drive north on East Beltline past Burton Street. When you pass under the overhead walkway, watch for an exit lane on the right. Exit the Beltline, turn right at the stop sign and follow East Campus Drive around to parking lot 16 and Prince Conference Center.
From the north: Drive south on East Beltline past Lake Drive, and exit at the first opportunity to the right. Make a left onto a campus road, and left again at the next two stop signs. Go under the Beltline, then right at the fork. Follow East Campus Drive around to parking lot 16 and Prince Conference Center.
To reach our building: enter Prince Conference Center through the east door, go straight through the hallway and out the rear door to the trail leading to the Bunker Interpretive Center. We appreciate Prince Conference Center staff accommodating us during our construction; please be respectful of their hotel guests as you pass through the building.