Departmental Seminars

 Fall 2016 Seminar Schedule

September 19, Monday
Host: D. Anderson
Kyle Elliott, McGill University The prudent parent meets old age: senescence in long-lived seabirds
October 13, Thursday
note time: 3 PM
Kathleen Quigley, WFU, PhD. Seminar Ecological drivers and consequences of plant silicon accumulation: how grass became glass
October 17, Monday
Host: M. Fuxjager
Andrew Bass, Cornell University FRONTIERS IN BIOLOGY:
Heeding the hormonal call: turning on and tuning in acoustic signals
October 24Monday Kathryn Riley, WFU, PhD. Seminar Carabid beetle dynamics as forests age or flood
October 31Monday
Host: M. Fuxjager
Cathy Marler, Univ. of Wisconsin Contributions of testosterone pulses to individual variation in behavior in California mice
November 7Monday
Host: G. Muday
Dominique Bergmann, Stanford University FRONTIERS IN BIOLOGY:
Arguably, the most influential cells on the planet: Stomatal development as a  model for cell fate and self-renewal in a dynamic and environmentally responsive tissue
Dec 5, Monday
Host: M. Silman
Craig Layman, North Carolina State Univ. Animal pee in the sea: consumer-mediated nutrient dynamics in seagrass and coral ecosystems

Seminars are held at 4:00 PM in Winston Hall