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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 2017

Date Speaker Institution Title Host
1/13/2017 [first week of semester; no seminar]
1/20/2017 Erika Zavaleta UC Santa Cruz Adapting to changing climates: ecology, conservation and inclusion –  “Women in a changing climate” Haines-Morris seminar series. Jen Schweitzer
1/27/2017 Mary Jane Epps Mary Baldwin College When butterflies beat the birds and the bees: Cryptic specialization in a pollination mutualism Charlie Kwit
2/3/2017 Arpad Nyari EEB, UT
2/10/2017 Johanna Varner Colorado Mesa University Pikas Under Fire: American Pika Ecology and Behavior in a Time of Global Change – “Women in a changing climate” Haines-Morris seminar series. Kimberly Sheldon
2/17/2017 Doug Schemske Michigan State University Why are the tropics so diverse? (abstract) Susan Kalisz
Thursday 2/23/2017 Kendra McLauchlan Geography, Kansas State University Reconstructing Nutrient Cycling in the Paleorecord to Assess Current Global Changes – “Women in a changing climate” Haines-Morris seminar series.  ***3:40pm, UT Hodges Library, Lindsay Young Auditorium***
2/24/2017 Graduate Students EEB, UT Graduate Student Recruitment Weekend
3/3/2017 Ingrid Parker UC Santa Cruz Phylogenetic ecology and disease Dan Simberloff
3/10/2017 [Friday before spring break; no seminar]
3/17/2017 [spring break; no seminar]
3/24/2017 Michael Van Nuland EEB, UT Exit Seminar Jen Schweitzer
3/31/2017 Sara Brownell Arizona State University Beth Schussler
4/7/2017 Leigh Moorhead EEB, UT Exit Seminar Aimée Classen
4/14/2017 [spring recess; no seminar]
4/21/2017 Rachel Fovargue EEB, UT Exit Seminar Paul Armsworth
4/28/2017 Cassie Dresser EEB, UT Exit Seminar Ben Fitzpatrick


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