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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.

Spring 2019

Date Speaker Institution Title Host
01/18/2019 Benjamin Sulman ORNL “Modeling plant-microbe-soil interactions from the ecosystem to the global scale” Kivlin
02/01/2019 Charles Goodnight University of Vermont “The phenotypic perspective: A postmodern synthesis” Bailey
02/08/2019 Chris Martin UNC at Chapel Hill “The origins of microendemic adaptive radiations: from introgression to fitness landscapes” O’Meara
02/15/2019 Rytas Vilgalys Duke University “Metagenomic study of introduced soil fungal communities associated with exotic pine plantations.” Matheny
03/01/2019 Sebastian Schreiber UC Davis TBA Gavrilets
03/08/2019 Christine Hawkes NC State “How can we predict outcomes of stress-dependent, non-additive plant-symbiont interactions?” Schweitzer
03/29/2019 Jessica Metcalf Princeton University “Evolution of sex differences when immunity is dangerous” Gaoue
04/11/2019 Krithi Karanth Center for Wildlife Studies, India **seminar will be in the Howard Baker Center** Chang (NIMBios)
04/12/2019 Judith Bronstein University of Arizona “Mutualism: What Do We Know, and Where Do We Go From Here?” Kalisz
04/26/2019 Ian Ware UTK


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