Assistant Professor of Biology John Niedzwiecki presented his population genetics research to the Research Club of Nashville on July 29. This club, the second of its kind in the nation, holds monthly meetings at the Brick Factory in Cummins Station for members to meet and discuss their research passions amongst themselves and with invited speakers such as Niedzwiecki. The Research Club draws academically minded professionals from around the area with a broad range of interests. In addition to Niedzwiecki, July’s speakers included a photographer, who is heading soon to northern India to study landscape tourism on a Fulbright Scholarship, and an enthusiast for the Slow Money movement, which strives to strengthen food access and economic diversity through local investment.
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