SLU Faculty Speak at Evolutionary Biology Forum 2015

Peter Bernhardt and Retha Meier at one of their Missouri sites where they study the pollination biology of threatened and endangered species of native wildflowers. 

Peter Bernhardt, Professor of Biology, and Dr. Retha Edens-Meier, Professor of Education, were guest speakers at the Evolutionary Biology Forum, sponsored by the Institute of Botany, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Beijing, in August. Professors whose research is known and respected by Chinese scientists, and whose work is in one of several sub-disciplines related to plants and topics studied by Charles Darwin in the 19th century are invited to speak.