Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Seminar
Thursdays, 12 – 1 pm, Ackert Hall Room 324

The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Seminar is a weekly series of presentations hosted by the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Section in the Division of Biology at Kansas State University. This informal series includes a mix of presentations from local or visiting speakers. The seminar format is flexible depending on the speaker. All interested people are welcome to attend the seminars - please feel free to join us!

Spring 2022 Schedule

All seminars this spring will be virtual.

Kristin Braziunas
Technical University of Munich

Anticipating future forests: Resilience, risk, and ecosystem services under changing climate and fire

Giulia Rossi
University of Toronto

Amphibious fishes: What are they? And where did they come from?

Jessica Stephenson
University of Pittsburg

Behavioral disease ecology: some individual-level causes and population-level consequences

Tyler Kartzinel
Brown University

TBD

 

Seminar Notices

Weekly notices regarding the EEB seminar series are posted to the EEB_Seminar mailing list.

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    sub eeb_seminar yourfirstname yourlastname
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  3. To post messages to the group, send e-mail to eeb_seminar@listserv.ksu.edu
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