PLE Seminar Schedule 2017
Seminars will be held in the dining hall at the PLE Housing Site - 7pm.
|5/17||Bryan Carstens||Ohio State Univ.||
Big data for global inferences in biodiversity science.
|5/24||Melissa Plakke||Univ. of Pittsburgh||The title of my talk is: Man Eater: Reproductive digestion and its repercussions for coevolution.|
|6/1||Dr. Nick Keiser||
Rice University Academy of Fellows
|Disentangling host traits and social context in animal-microbe interactions.|
|6/7||Dr. Matt Dugas||Case Univ.||
Begging or boasting? The evolution of communication within families.
|6/14||Dr. Kirsten Prior||Binghamton Univ.||The role of friends and foes in facilitating the success and impacts of invasive species.|
Dr. Matt Venesky
|Allegheny College||Stress, Energetics, and Disease in Amphibians.|
|6/28||Dr. Avery Russell||Univ. of Pittsburgh||The role of pollinator learning and sensory bias in driving flower evolution.|
|7/5||Veronica Saenz||Univ. of Pittsburgh||
Assessing disease intensity and understanding correlations between climate change and frog immune system.
|7/12||Dr. Martin Turcotte||Univ. of Pittsburgh||Experimentally testing Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics using Duckweeds.|
|7/19||Dr. Jessica Hua||Binghamton Univ.||Poisons, predators, and parasites: Integrating environmental complexity into toxicology.|
|7/26||Dr. Rebecca Drenvosky||John Carroll Univ.||Plant-soil relations of the gypsophilic flora of the Chihuahuan Desert.|
|8/2||Dr. Amy McMillan||SUNY Buffalo State||The Creature from the River Styx: The Life Story of the Hellbender Salamander in the Northeast.|