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Seminars

Fall 2019 Series

Seminars start at 11:00 AM unless otherwise noted.

 

September 27

Anoles in the Anthropocene: Adaptation and convergence in a changing world

Dr. Kristen Winchell  |  Washington University - St. Louis

Location: 203 LBC – Stibbs Conference Room

 

October 18

Incorporating phenotypic plasticity into studies of adaptive evolution

Dr. Cam Ghalambor  |  Colorado State University

Location: 203 LBC – Stibbs Conference Room

 

October 25

Changemaking Ecology: Using basic research to catalyze social innovation

Dr. Adam Kay  |  University of St. Thomas, St. Paul MN

Location: 203 LBC – Stibbs Conference Room

 

Wed., October 30

Interdisciplinary research in a biodiversity conservation hotspot

Dr. Jordan Karubian  |  Tulane University

Location: 203 LBC - Stibbs Conference Room

 

November 8

The Birds of Paradise Lost: Evolution, Extinction and Conservation of Hawaii’s Native Birds

Dr. Robert Fleischer  |  Smithsonian Center for Conservation Genomics

Location: 213 LBC – Kendall-Cram Lecture Hall

 

November 15

The role of demographic and evolutionary processes in buffering populations from climate change

Dr. Seema Sheth  |  North Carolina State University

Location: 203 LBC – Stibbs Conference Room

 

November 22

Looking at Natural Systems through the Lens of Causal Networks

Dr. Jim Grace  |  US Geological Survey, Lafayette, La.

Location: 203 LBC – Stibbs Conference Room

 

December 6

Short-term evolution of a pedigreed wild population

Dr. Nancy Chen  |  University of Rochester

Location: 203 LBC – Stibbs Conference Room