Fall 2017 Seminar Schedule

Thursday at 4PM in SCEN 604, with a reception at 3:30 in SCEN 502 (coffee and snacks)

Date Title/Topic Presenter
 8/24/2017 Multi-omics Analyses for Understanding Microbial Physiology and Metabolism  Dr. Ravi Barabote, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
 8/31/2017 From Individuals to Landscapes: Integrating Responses to a Changing World  Dr. John D. Wilson, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
 9/12/2017 Illuminating Diatom Dark Matter: Evolution and Diversification of a Hyperdiverse Eukaryotic Lineage  Dr. Andy Alverson, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
 9/14/2017 Aquaporin Channels and Osmoregulation in the Spiny Dogfish Shark, Squalusacanthias   Dr. Chris Cutler, Georgia Southern University
 9/21/2017 Dynamics of Retrovirus Colonization of a Mammalian Genome: A Source of Innovation or just Detrimental Detritus?  Dr. Mary Poss, Penn State University
 9/28/2017  Through Thick and Thin: How Fruit Flies Help Us Understand Energy Balance  Dr. Michael Lehmann, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
 10/05/2017 Being Wrong in Science and Elsewhere  Dr. Walter Dodds, Kansas State University 
 10/12/2017  Field Test of Multiple Sensory Cues in Sex Recognition and Harassment in a Color Polymorphic Damselfly: A Cautionary Tale  Dr. Ola Fincke, University of Oklahoma
10/19/2017  Ethnobotanically-Informed Conservation in Southern Mozambique's Human-Modified Landscapes Dr. Jen Shaffer, University of Maryland 
10/26/2017  The Population Genetic Context of Resource Specialization and Coevolution in Crossbills (Loxia) Dr. Thomas Parchman, University of Nevada, Reno
11/02/2017  The Dynamics and Outcome of Adaptive Evolution Dr. David Gresham, NYU
11/09/2017 Ramblings of a Dinosaur-Reflections of a Career as a Federal Wildlife Biologist  Dr. David Krementz, University of Arkansas Fayetteville
11/16/2017 Analyzing RNA Polymerase II With Genomics Approaches: An Old Dog With New Tricks? Dr. Julia Zeitlinger, Stowers Institute
11/23/2017 Thanksgiving Holiday



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