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EcoLunch Seminar Series

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Virtual Series - Spring 2021
Wednesdays, 12:30-1:30pm

Coordinator: Ximena Bernal

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20 January
Mercedes Pascual
Affiliation: University of Chicago
Host: Giovanna Carpi

Title: Climate-driven population dynamics of vector-borne infections: some challenges of scale


27 January
Kali Rubaii
Affiliation: Anthropology, Purdue University
Host: EEB

Title: Biting the Dust: Cement, Displacement, and Ecologies of War


3 February
Beth Reinke
Affiliation: Northeastern Illinois University
Host: EEB

Title: Why are painted turtles painted? A multifaceted framework for investigating the function of coloration


10 February
Ana Longo
Affiliation: University of Florida
Host: EEB Grad Students

Title: Evolutionary ecology of chytrid infections in amphibians


17 February
Karen Warkentin
Affiliation: Boston Univesrsity
Host: EEB

Title: Different people ask different questions: a queer perspective on studying diversity in life history and behavior


24 February
EEB Town Hall


3 March
Michael Heinz
Affiliation: Dept of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, Purdue University
Host: Jeff Lucas

Title: Does losing half your synapses matter? Assays of hidden hearing loss in chinchillas


8 March **Monday BIO seminar**
Corey Welch
Affiliation: Iowa State University
Host: EEB

Title: Diversifying the Biological Sciences from the undergrad to the Professoriate: Thoughts from a Northern Cheyenne


17 March
Susan Mazer
Affiliation: UC Santa Cruz
Host: Daniel Park


24 March
Jessica Ward
Affiliation: Ball State University
Host: EEB

Title: The ties that bind: embryonic experience, behavioral carryover, and social communication in fishes


31 March
Stephanie A Poindexter
Affiliation: State University of New York at Buffalo
Host: EEB

Title: Slow loris conservation through movement ecology


7 April
Tali Hammond
Affiliation: San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Ecology
Host: Cat Searle

Title: Using behavior and physiology to understand and predict responses to environmental challenges


14 April
Jeff Lucas
Affiliation: EEB, Purdue University
Host: EEB

Title: Thinking out loud about sexually selected signals






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