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Current Seminars

The weekly EEB seminar starts at 3:30 p.m. in 307 SERF (Science & Engineering Building), unless otherwise noted.

Fall 2018

Date Speaker Institution Title Host
8/31/2018 John Thompson UCSC “The Diversification of Coevolving Interactions” Bailey
9/7/2018 Susan Whitehead Virginia Tech Attracting Friends and Avoiding Foes: The Chemical Ecology of Seed Dispersal Kwit
9/14/2018 Steve Nowicki Duke Univ Categorical Perception and the Evolution of Signaling Systems Derryberry
9/21/2018 Judy Stamps UC Davis Bayesian Development for Empiricists Simberloff
9/28/2018 Thomas Quinn Univ. of Washington Predation by Bears on Salmon: Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution Blum
10/12/2018 Shweta Bansal Georgetown Univ From Social Behavior to Network Structure for Wildlife Disease Transmission Fefferman
10/19/2018 Ariel Lugo US Forest Service in Puerto Rico The Anthropocene and Novelty in Caribbean Forests: What This Means to Conservation and Closely Held Ecological Myths Giam
10/19/2018 Tom Miller Rice Univ Plant population responses to environmental change Gaoue
10/26/2018 Sarah Diamond Case Western Reserve Univ Contemporary parallel evolution of thermal performance and its fitness consequences: how acorn-dwelling ants remodel their physiology in response to city heat Sheldon
11/2/2018 Erin Shortlidge Portland State Univ Can life science graduate students defy the cultural perception of trade-offs between teaching and research? Budke
11/9/2018 Songlin Fei Purdue Understanding forest ecosystems dynamics under a macrosystems ecology framework Kalisz and Kivlin
11/16/2018 Andrea Porras-Alfaro Western Illinois Univ “Plant-Fungal Interactions: Teasing apart complex symbiosis and building new bridges for student training.” Hughes


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