Seminars & Events

Unless stated otherwise, seminars are scheduled as follows:
- Monday Internal departmental seminars: 12pm in RW 432
- Friday departmental seminars: 3pm in ESC B142
- Job search talks: Monday and Thursday at noon in RW 432

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January 2017
Wed Jan 4 Bat Ecology and Its Consequences for Zoonoses
 Cylita Guy, Appraisal seminar 10:00 am (note time) in RW432
Fri Jan 6 Sex-biased genome evolution
 Melissa Wilson Sayers, Arizona State University
Mon Jan 9 Spatio-Temporal Connectivity in Dynamic Tropical Fragmented Landscapes
 Alexandre Camargo Martensen, Exit seminar
Tue Jan 10 Dynamics of Speciation in Neotropical Birds: Diversification Rates, Introgression and Reproductive Isolation
 Paola Pulido-Santacruz, Exit seminar
Tue Jan 10 Revisiting the Cambrian Burgess Shale palaeocommunity in light of new field discoveries from Marble Canyon, Kootenay National Park, British Columbia
 Karma Nanglu, Appraisal seminar
Fri Jan 13 The role of habitat loss and fragmentation on local and regional species extinction
 Fielding Montgomery, Appraisal seminar
Fri Jan 13 Mutation, Drift, and the Origin of Subcellular Features
 Michael Lynch, Indiana University
Fri Jan 20 Persistence of Algal Viruses and Cyanophages in Freshwater Environments
 Andrew Long, Exit seminar
Fri Jan 20 How to effectively conserve a species' genetic variation ex situ
 Sean Hoban, Tree Conservation Biologist, The Morton Arboretum
Fri Jan 27 New perspectives on the origin of turtles
 Tyler Lyson, Denver Museum of Natural History
Mon Jan 30 The flaw of averages: incorporating uncertainty into projections of landscape change
 Speaker: Colin Daniel, Exit seminar
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