Seminars

2018-19 EEBB Seminars Concluded
Terri Williams
October 25, 2018

Terri Williams, Biology, Trinity College
"Adding segments one by one: a tale of posterior elongation in arthropods"
3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)
Contact:  Savvas Constantinau

Jonathan Pruitt
November 1, 2018

Jonathan Pruitt, Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology
University of California-Santa Barbara
"Keystone Individuals in Animal Societies: Some Pros and Cons"
3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)
Contact:  Helen McCreary

Mark Christie
November 8, 2018

Mark Christie, Biological Sciences, Purdue University
"Rapid evolution in a changing world"
3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)
Contact:  Kim Scribner

Andrew Whitehead
November 15, 2018

Andrew Whitehead, Biological Sciences, Purdue University
"When evolution is the solution to pollution: The genomic basis of rapid adaptation to extreme environmental change"
3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)
Contact:  Andrew Thompson

Charles Derby
November 29, 2018

Charles Derby, Neurobiology and Biology, Georgia State University
"Escape by inking:  Marine molluscs avoid predators with diverse chemicals and mechanisms"
3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)
Contact:  Taylor Rupp

Leslie Ries
December 6, 2018

Leslie Ries, Biology, Georgetown University 
"Modeling butterfly phenology and phenological mismatch is an increasingly warming world"
3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)
Contact:  Elise Zipkin

Leslie Ries
December 7, 2018

Leslie Ries, Biology, Georgetown University 
"Butterfly thermal ecology: A framework for predicting responses to climate change"
10:45 a.m., 237 Stack
Contact:  Nick Haddad