40th Annual Tester Symposium

Last night marked the end of the Department of Biology’s 40th annual graduate student research symposium named in honor of Albert Tester: three days of student talks, keynote lectures from this year’s guest speaker Jeremy Jackson, culminating in a banquet and awards ceremony at the Waikiki Aquarium. We had a great turn out this year with 75 student presentations, 170 people at the banquet, and lots of people to thank for their effort and donations. I was so busy organizing that I forgot to put a post up ahead of time, but a couple of photos from the most fun part of the symposium will suffice.

Anthony, Bob, Van, Emilie, and Caroline at the Tester Symposium Banquet.

Anthony, Bob, Van, Emilie, and Caroline at the Tester Symposium Banquet.

Many people to thank and many awards to give out...that means a lot of leis.

Many people to thank and many awards to give out…that means a lot of leis.

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