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Current Seminars

EEB seminars will take place at 12:40 PM Eastern in 307 Science and Engineering Research Facility (SERF) unless otherwise noted.

More details to come…


August 25: No Seminar

September 1: “Ecological Recovery & Resource Management Since the 1980 Eruption of Mount St. Helens”, Virginia Dale, UT EEB, (“hosted” by Charlie Kwit)

September 8: “Dual perspectives: students’ and instructors’ beliefs about student abilities”, Lisa Limeri, Texas Tech University, (hosted by Randy Small)

September 15: Positive interactions among stream fishes: new insight across spatial scales”, Brandon Peoples, Clemson University, (hosted by Xingli Giam)

September 22: “An Introduction to Disease Biogeography”Luis Escobar, Virginia Tech, (hosted by Mona Papes & Arpi Nyari)

September 29: TBD, Helen Bothwell, University of Georgia, (hosted by Bailey/Schweitzer labs)

October 6: “Exploring the multiple evolutions of sex chromosomes in plants”, Sarah Carey, Hudson Alpha Institute for Biotechnology, (hosted by Jessica Budke)

October 13: TBD

October 20: “Getting SIRIUS about STEM Education Reform: Using course-based authentic learning experiences to promote equity”, Kelly McDonald, Sacramento State, (hosted by Beth Schussler)

October 27: Erosion through ancient geologic structures as mechanism of allopatric diversification in Appalachian fishes”, Maya Stokes, Florida State University, (hosted by Ben Keck)

November 3: “From declines to recoveries to persistence: identifying the cross-scale drivers of population and community responses in amphibian-pathogen systems”, Mark Wilber, UT School of Natural Resources, (hosted by Charlie Kwit)

November 10: TBD, Jeremy Beaulieu, University of Arkansas (hosted by Joe Bailey)

November 17: “Evolution and Development of Echolocation in Bats”, Richard Carter, East Tennessee State University, (co-hosted by Charlie Kwit & Emma Willcox)

November 24: No Seminar

December 1: TBD, EEB Graduate student exit seminar