SEMINARS IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
Thursdays, 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm, Ackert Hall, Room 324

Seminars in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology are a weekly series of presentations and workshops in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Section in the Division of Biology at Kansas State University.  Seminars in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology are informal series for new science, and  have included a mix of presentations from local or visiting speakers from nearby schools and organizations.  The seminar format is a ~40 to 50 minute presentation followed by a 10 to 20 minute question period.  All interested persons are welcome to attend the seminars - please feel free to join us!  Seminar coordinators for 2014-2015 are Mark Ungerer, Alice Boyle, Ari Jumpponen, and Martha Mather. 

Seminar notices  Weekly notices regarding the EEB seminar series are posted to the EEB_Seminar mailing list.
1.  To join the list, send an e-mail message to listserv@listserv.ksu.edu with no subject and the following line in the text of the message:
sub eeb_seminar yourfirstname yourlastname
You will receive a confirmation e-mail with additional instructions on posting messages, how to customize your account and signing off from the list.
2.  To post messages to the group, send e-mail to eeb_seminar@listserv.ksu.edu 
3.  To leave the list, send an e-mail message to listserv@listserv.ksu.edu with no subject and the following line in the text of the message:
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Current Schedule: Fall 2015 - Spring 2016


  Last updated: August 2014