School of Biology and Ecology Seminar Series
Spring 2022 Seminars
Seminars will be held with options for both in-person (in 102 Murray Hall) and remote attendance via Zoom (unless otherwise noted).
They are from 2pm-3pm on scheduled Fridays.
Jan 21: Grad Student Lightning Talks. Remote – email firstname.lastname@example.org for link information
Jan 28: No seminar – SBE department meeting
Feb 4: Dr. Phoebe Cohen, Williams College. The earliest history of eukaryotes: integrating biological and geological data. Hosted by Jacquelyn Gill.
Feb 11: Dr. Brian Sturtevant, USDA Forest Service. Landscape ecology of defoliator outbreaks – unravelling the Gordian knot. Co-sponsored with the School of Forest Resources. Hosted by Andy Rominger and Aaron Weiskittel.
Remote – email email@example.com for link information.
Feb 18: Dr. Stephen Keller, University of Vermont. Title TBD. Hosted by Jacquelyn Gill.
Feb 25: No seminar – SBE department meeting
Mar 4: Dr. Tim Waring, University of Maine. An evolutionary transition in human inheritance and individuality. Hosted by Andy Rominger.
Mar 11: Dr. Scott Thomas, Murray State University. Title TBD. Hosted by Hamish Greig and Amanda Klemmer.
Mar 18: No seminar – Spring Break
Mar 25: No seminar – SBE department meeting
Apr 1: Dr. Dan Gruner, University of Maryland. Integrative ecology and macroecology of invasive forest insects. Hosted by Andy Rominger.
Apr 8: Dr. Ying Sun, Cornell University. Use of solar-induced fluorescence in forestry and agriculture. Hosted by John Zhang.
Apr 15: Dr. Erika Machtinger, Penn State University. Exploring the cause of heterogenous tick burdens on blacklegged tick hosts. Hosted by Allison Gardner.
Apr 22: No seminar – SBE department meeting
Apr 29: Dr. Michael Sheriff, UMass Dartmouth. Title TBD. Hosted by Danielle Levesque.