Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

Current Seminars

All Seminars will start at 3:30 p.m., Room 307 in the Science & Engineering Bldg. Attendees are invited to an informal pre-talk reception at 3:00 p.m. in Room 568, Dabney Hall.

Now you can view and subscribe to the EEB calendar (seminars plus other EEB events) using the Campus Events Calendar (this link pre-selects EEB events ONLY). You can view EEB events from your browser, or you can subscribe to an XML feed.

Spring 2015

Date Speaker Institution Title Host
9-Jan Mike Wade Indiana University The evolutionary genetics of interactions: run-away cooperation and self-limiting conflict (poster)
16-Jan Beth Leger University of Nevada, Reno Practical applications of contemporary evolution (poster)
23-Jan Gary McCracken UT, EEB Wie Schnell Fliegt Eine Fledermaus? (poster)
30-Jan Bruce Hungate Northern Arizona University Frontiers in Microbial Ecology (poster)
6-Feb Kevin Rice UC Davis Plant adaptation to drought in California Oak Savannas (poster)
13-Feb Matt Wallenstein Colorado State University From Global Change Effects on Microbes to Microbial Effects on the Globe:  A Personal Journey (poster)
20-Feb Graduate Students UT, EEB Cassie Dresser, Jenn Bosco, Ian Ware, Anna Jo Auerbach, Quentin Read, Sharon Clemmensen, and Zach Marion (poster)
27-Feb SEMINAR CANCELLED (Inclement Weather)
6-Mar Kiona Ogle Arizona State University Variation in tree functional traits and implications for tree growth and mortality (poster)
13-Mar Riley Bernard UT, EEB Bats and Disease:  Behavioral and Community Responses of Southern Bat Populations during the White-nose Syndrome Epizootic (poster)
20-Mar NO SEMINAR (Spring Break)
27-Mar Jessica Blois UC Merced Community ecology in a changing environment: perspectives from the Quaternary (poster)
3-Apr NO SEMINAR (Spring Recess)
10-Apr Austin Milt UT, EEB Conservation oriented shale gas planning (poster) (video of talk on YouTube)
17-Apr Jeanine Cavender-Bares University of Minnesota Biogeography, introgression and adaptation in the American live oaks: implications for conservation on a changing planet (poster)
24-Apr Alex Buerkle University of Wyoming The multifaceted and variable distribution of genetic variation near the species level (poster)

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