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Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior

Spring 2017 Seminars Schedule

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Thursday, January 19, 3:30 PM
Russell C. Van Horn (Research Ecologist and Graduate/Professional Training Manager, San Diego Zoo Global)
"EEBB careers outside of academia"
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Kay Holekamp
Thursday, January 19, 3:30 PM
Joseph Kolowski (Research Ecologist and Graduate/Professional Training Manager, Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation)
"EEBB careers outside of academia"
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Kay Holekamp
Thursday, January 26, 3:30 PM
Santiago Ramirez (College of Biological Sciences, University of California - Davis)
"Coevolution in a bee-orchid mutualism"
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Marjorie Weber/Carina Baskett
Cosponsor: Kellogg Biological Station
Friday, January 27, 10:45 AM
Santiago Ramirez (College of Biological Sciences, University of California - Davis)
"Pollinator-mediated reproductive isolation in Gongora orchids"
237 Stack, Kellogg Biological Station
Contact: Jen Lau
Cosponsor: EEBB
Thursday, February 02, 3:30 PM
Emily Dittmar (EEBB Distinguished Student Speaker, Plant Biology, Michigan State Univesity)
"Local adaptation and fitness trade-offs in a California wildflower"
118 Eppley Center
Thursday, February 09, 3:30 PM
Ingo Braasch (Integrative Biology - Genetics, Michigan State University)
"Man is but a fish – Spotted gar and other fish illuminate the genomic basis of vertebrate evolution "
118 Eppley Center
Thursday, February 16, 3:30 PM
Robert A. Montgomery (Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University)
"Examining the reasons why big fierce animals are increasingly rare."
118 Eppley Center
Thursday, February 23, 3:30 PM
Elizabeth Archie (Distinguished Speaker, College of Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame)
"Primate vaginal microbiomes: Why are humans unique?"
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Connie Rojas
Cosponsor: Kellogg Biological Station
Friday, February 24, 10:45 AM
Elizabeth Archie (College of Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame)
"Social behavior, health, and fitness in wild baboons"
237 Stack, Kellogg Biological Station
Contact: Eben Gering
Cosponsor: EEBB
Canceled
Thursday, March 02, 3:30 PM
Clifton Ragsdale (Department of Neurobiology, University of Chicago)
"Octopus brain and development"
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Anselmo Pontes
Thursday, March 16, 3:30 PM
Kristine Stepenuck (Lake Champlain Sea Grant Program/Watershed Science Policy and Education, University of Vermont)
"Understanding impacts of volunteer water monitoring programs on natural resource policy and management"
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Jo Latimore
Thursday, March 23, 3:30 PM
Jeffrey Diez (Botany & Plant Sciences, University of California - Riverside)
"When will species interactions mediate species responses to climate change? "
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Phoebe Zarnetske
Cosponsor: Kellogg Biological Station
Friday, March 24, 10:45 AM
Jeffrey Diez (Botany & Plant Sciences, University of California - Riverside)
"A hidden dimension of global change: how are fungi responding to climate change?"
237 Stack, Kellogg Biological Station
Contact: Chris Klausmeier
Cosponsor: EEBB
Thursday, March 30, 3:30 PM
Janneke Hille Ris Lambers (Botany & Plant Sciences, University of California - Riverside)
"Plant community reassembly in response to climate change"
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Phoebe Zarnetske
Cosponsor: Kellogg Biological Station
Friday, March 31, 10:45 AM
Jenneke Hille Ris Lambers (Biology Department, University of Washington)
"High mountain wildflower phenology: documenting climate change responses using multiple approaches"
237 Stack, Kellogg Biological Station
Contact: Jen Lau
Cosponsor: EEBB
Thursday, April 06, 3:30 PM
Barrett A. Klein (Biology, University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse)
"Honey bee communication: the tale of a sleep-deprived dancer and her unwitting followers"
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Eben Gering
Cosponsor: Kellogg Biological Station
Friday, April 07, 10:45 AM
Barrett A. Klein (Biology Department, University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse)
"INSECTS INCORPORATED: Cultural entomology online"
237 Stack, Kellogg Biological Station
Contact: Tom Getty
Cosponsor: EEBB
Thursday, April 13, 3:30 PM
Terry McGlynn (Biology, California State University - Dominguez Hills)
"Unknown unknowns, and how discoveries happen"
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Rich Lenski
Thursday, April 20, 3:30 PM
Ann Pringle (Botany and Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin - Madison)
"Reverse Ecology: Using Genomes to Understand the Natural Histories of Microorganisms"
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Klara Scharnagle
Cosponsor: Kellogg Biological Station
Friday, April 21, 10:45 AM
Ann Pringle (Botany and Baceriology, University of Wisconsin - Madison)
"Life and Death in a Petersham Cemetery: Dispersal and Demography Among Fungi"
237 Stack, Kellogg Biological Station
Contact: Jen Lau
Cosponsor: EEBB
Thursday, April 27, 3:30 PM
Jonathan B. Shurin (Ecology/Behavior and Evolution, University of California - San Diego)
"Climate and regulation of mountain lake ecosystems by predators and resources"
118 Eppley Center
Contact: Phoebe Zarnetske
Cosponsor: Kellogg Biological Station
Friday, April 28, 10:45 AM
Jonathan B. Shurin (Ecology/Behavior & Evolution, University of California - San Diego)
"Climate and regulation of mountain lake ecosystems by predators and resources"
237 Stack, Kellogg Biological Station
Contact: Phoebe Zarnetske
Cosponsor: EEBB

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