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Seminar Series

EEB hosts a weekly seminar series during the academic year. EEB members nominate individuals to the Seminar Committee, who invites speakers from around the world to share their research. Each semester, EEB also invites 1-2 alumni who work outside of academia to talk about their career paths with students. Students can be nominated to serve as the Distinguished Student Speaker to present their dissertation research during the semester that they graduate.

 

Brian Gerber October 22, 2020

Natural Resources Science
University of Rhode Island
"Nighttime ecology and its application in animal behavioral and observational studies"
Contact: Kayla Davis

Gene Robinson October 29, 2020

Director of the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"Sociogenomics:  The molecular biology that links nature and nurture"
Contact:  Darren Incorvaia

Craig Moritz November 5, 2020

Research School of Biology
Australian National University - Canberra
"Figuring out the tips for speciation and macroevolutionary analyses"
Contact:  Meaghan Clark

Anna Funk November 12, 2020

Anna Funk (Groves)
Associate Editor
Discover Magazine
"Careers Outside Academia"
Contact:  Lars Brudvig

Mitch Lettow November 12, 2020

Stewardship Director
SW Michigan Land Conservancy
"Careers Outside of Academia"
Contact:  Lars Brudvig

Christopher Warneke November 19, 2020

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT SPEAKER
Department of Plant Biology
"Plant populations in a human-dominated world: How do they grow and change?"
Contact:  Lars Brudvig

Lissy Coley December 3, 2020

Biology Department
University of Utah
“Is the high diversity in tropical forests driven by the interactions
  of plants and their pests”

Contact:  Will Wetzel