OBEE Graduate Student Seminars

The OBEE Graduate Student Seminar Series takes place on Wednesdays, from 12-1pm in ISB 110

OBEE Graduate Student Seminar Schedule (Fall 2019)

DATE

SPEAKER

TITLE

8-28-19

Scott Debnam

"Temperature regulation by honey bees: do they have better thermostats than we thought?"

9-4-19

Fernando Rodriguez-Caro

"Genetics of sexually dimorphic development in butterfly wings"

9-11-19

Tony Lapsansky

"Toward understanding the biomechanics and evolution of multi-functional wings"

9-18-19

New Student Symposium

Introductions & Interests in Science

9-25-19

Ze Ren

"Ecological Stoichiometry in Watersheds: From Land to Water in the Qinghai Lake Basin"

10-2-19

Emily Kopania

 "Gene expression evolution across spermatogenesis"

10-9-19

Romain Boisseau

 "Sexual size dimorphism in stick insects: the rule and the exception"

10-16-19

Alisha Shah

 "Determinants of Aquatic Insect Range Limits: A Mechanistic Approach Using Thermal Tolerance"

10-23-19

Jon Velotta 

 "Physiological and molecular mechanisms of adaptation: insights for extreme environments"

10-30-19

Emily Moore

 "The evolution of reproductive barriers, hybrid placental dysplasia, and disrupted gene networks in rodents"

11-6-19

James Mouton

"Developmental, ecological, and life history influences on predator-induced plasticity in songbirds"

11-13-19

Kate Evans

  "Variability and controls on plankton metabolism in Flathead Lake"

11-20-19

Sarah Straughan

 "Cold Babies: Variation in nestling body temperature of tropical songbirds"

11-27-19

NO SEMINAR

 

12-4-19

Pavel Garcia-Soto

 "Dispersal capacity as a driver of diversity patterns of shredder and non-shredder insects in some neotropical streams"