BIOL 252 Seminars

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BIOL 252 Seminars

Spring 2022

Zoom on Thursdays at 4:00pm unless otherwise noted

Zoom link to be sent with email announcement
For more information please contact host or EMN Administration

March 31

Seminar cancelled this week, will resume as normal on April 7.  

April 7

Speaker: Julian Resasco, Colorado University Boulder

Title:  "Was Clements Wrong? Insights from plant distributions of his life-long study site Pikes Peak"

Host: Marko Spasojevic

April 14

Speaker:  Arun Sethuraman, San Diego State University

Title:  "Life history adaptations and population genomics of invasiveness in Coccinellid lady beetles"

Host:  Alan Brelsford

The seminar will be in person in the Genomics Auditorium.

April 21

Speaker: Eduardo Amorim, California State University, Northridge

Title:  "Shifting Selection Coefficients Across Species, Populations, and Time"

Host: Kieran Samuk

April 28

Speaker: Daniel Laughlin, University of Wyoming

Title: "The adaptive value of root traits: a wholistic perspective on plant form and function"

Host: Marko Spasojevic

May 5

Speaker: Victor Kang, Imperial College London

Title:  "Understanding the form and function of suction organs"

Host:  Natalie Holt

May 12

Speaker:  Matt Wolak, University Alabama

Title:  Tempo and Mode of Fitness Evolution

Host:  David Reznick

The seminar will be in person in the Genomics Auditorium.

May 19

Speaker:  TBD

Title:  TBD

Host: Natalie Holt

The seminar will be in person in the Genomics Auditorium. 

May 26

Speaker:  Dolph Schluter, University of British Columbia

Title:  The Evolution of Phenotypic Incompatibilities During Speciation

Host: EEOB Graduate Students

June 2

Speaker:  Lua Lopez Perez, California State University, San Bernardino

Title:  TBD

Host: Natalie Holt

The seminar will be in person in the Genomics Auditorium. 

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