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Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held Friday in Stack 237 at 10:45 AM. Please contact the seminar committee (seminar-committee@kbs.msu.edu) if you have questions.

 

Research Seminar Schedule

Sharon Gill

Friday Mar. 27th
Title: Understanding the behavioral responses of animals to a noisy world
Host: Grad Students


Seminar - Dan Doak

Friday Apr. 3rd
Title: The Little Things that Run the Savanna: Termites, Trees, and Spatial Pattern in an East African Ecosystem
Host: Schemske


Seminar - Ruth Shaw

Friday Apr. 10th
The capacity for adaptation in ideal and real populations
Host: Lau


Seminar - Karin Pfennig

Friday Apr. 17th
Title: Evolution's Wedge: Mate Choice and the Origins of Diversity
Host: Lau / EEBB


Seminar - J. Arbuckle

Friday Apr. 24th
Understanding differences and identifying common ground to inform adaptation outreach strategies for U.S. Corn Belt farmers
Host: Stuart


Seminar - Kathryn Cottingham

Friday May. 1st
Paradigms lost? Cyanobacteria in low-nutrient lakes
Host: Graduate Students


Research Seminar Schedule for the next 30 days

Sharon Gill, , Friday Mar. 27th, Title: Understanding the behavioral responses of animals to a noisy world, Host: Grad Students

Seminar - Dan Doak, , Friday Apr. 3rd, Title: The Little Things that Run the Savanna: Termites, Trees, and Spatial Pattern in an East African Ecosystem, Host: Schemske

Seminar - Ruth Shaw, , Friday Apr. 10th, The capacity for adaptation in ideal and real populations, Host: Lau

Seminar - Karin Pfennig, , Friday Apr. 17th, Title: Evolution's Wedge: Mate Choice and the Origins of Diversity, Host: Lau / EEBB

Seminar - J. Arbuckle, , Friday Apr. 24th, Understanding differences and identifying common ground to inform adaptation outreach strategies for U.S. Corn Belt farmers, Host: Stuart