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Herbarium Mission Statement

The mission of TWU Herbarium is to:

  • Provide a representation of plant communities that have existed in North-central Texas since the beginning of the last century;
  • Maintain, build, and make the collection available for study by research scientists around the world;
  • Serve as an educational resource for instruction and community outreach by:
    • Providing reference for the identification of specimens for students and community;
    • Using the collection to generate information disseminated through exhibits, lectures, workshops and other educational and outreach activities
  • Serve as a repository for research voucher specimens.

Immediate Goals

The immediate goals of the TWU Herbarium are to:

  • Increase the extent of curation for the collection;
  • Build the Herbarium by adding specimens through the Herbarium personnel and actively soliciting donations and exchanges of specimens for the purpose of improving/strengthen our collection;
  • Develop an information base and inventory of the collection that will facilitate the accessing and dissemination of the TWU Herbarium data;
  • Provide access to the collection to all research scientists through an active loan program.

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Biology Seminars

Biology seminars are held every Friday from 3:00 - 4:00. See the TWU Biology calendar of events for specific topics. More about “Biology Seminars”...

Seminar Fall 2016

Sept 23:  Dr. Jeffrey Chen, Genomic and Epigenetic Bases for Polyploidy and Hybrid Vigor

Sept 30:  Matt Moustakas, Director of Environmental Safety, TWU, Safety Seminar

Oct 7:  Dr. Kevin A. Morano, "Modulation of protein homeostasis by Hsp70 cofactors"

Oct 14:  Celebration of Science

Oct 21:  Dr. Sarah Bondos

Oct 28:  Dr. A. Keith Dunkar (joint seminar with UNT)

Nov 4:  Dr. David Allelo

Nov 11: Sanil Sansar, TWU Ph.D. candidate

Nov 18:  Dr. Michael Buszczak


Dec 2:  Dr. Julie Pfeiffer

Dec 9:  Dr. Elisa Na