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Current Seminars

Our lectures for the Fall 2022 Seminar Series will be in person unless noted otherwise.

Sep 2: The chemistry of ecological interactions; how compounds drive complex systems, Anne Murray, UTK EEB (hosted by Laura Russo);

Sep 9: Macroevolutionary and molecular investigations of sex chromosome evolution in flowering plants, Jim Leebens-Mack, University of Georgia (hosted by Joe Williams);

Sep 16: Managing for RADical ecosystem change: Applying the Resist, Accept or Direct (RAD) framework, Laura Thompson, USGS National Climate Adaptation Science Center (hosted by Kwit and Armsworth);

Sep 23: The imprint of developmental bias on middle ear diversity, Kim Hoke, Colorado State University (hosted by Jessie Tanner);

Sep 30: (via Zoom only) The hidden social lives of migrant birds in winter, Dai Shizuka, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (hosted by Liz Derryberry);

Oct 14: Climate change is shifting the autumn season for plants and animals, facilitating invasions and disrupting interactions, Amanda Gallinat, Colby College (hosted by Charlie Kwit);

Oct 21: There and back again: Genes-to-ecosystem connectivity for sustainable aquatic biodiversity outcomes, Kristine Moody, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (hosted by Mike Blum);

Oct 28: Multidimensional responses to climate change: Color changing mammals and shrinking birds, Marketa Zimova, Appalachian State University (hosted by Mona Papes);

Nov 4: Large classroom teaching: Making classroom culture work for your learning goals, Ben Wiggins, Shoreline Community College (hosted by Vitaly Ganusov; co-sponsored by Microbiology, BCMB, Division of Biology);

Nov 11: (via Zoom only) How do variable interactions affect populations? Data and theory for insects on plants, Jessie Mutz, UTK EEB (hosted by Kwit et al.);

Nov 18: Ecological drivers of range limitation in species, Jacob Moutouama, EEB PhD Exit Seminar

Dec 2: Partial privatization and the evolution of cooperation, Lucas Santana Souza, EEB PhD Exit Seminar