The Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series invites local, national, and international researchers to give 45 minute talks on their research and take questions from the EE faculty and graduate students. These presentations are done weekly, and highlight the fascinating research occurring locally and around the world.
The EE Seminar Series is open to the public, and anyone interested in the topic is encouraged to attend.
Each year, the students in the Ecology and Evolution graduate programs give 25-40 minute presentations regarding their graduate research. The EE Graduate Student Seminar Series provide the graduate students an opportunity to present and answer questions about their research, while also providing other members of the Division of Biological Sciences, as well as the local community, an opportunity to see what our graduate students are working on.
The EE Graduate Seminar Series is open to the public, and anyone interested in the topic is encouraged to attend.
The MBS Seminar Series is open to the public, and anyone interested in the topic is encouraged to attend.
The Division of Biological Sciences cosponsors the MBS Graduate Student Seminar Series, in which graduate students from the various programs under the MBS umbrella give presentations on their research to the MBS faculty and graduate students.
Unlike the other seminar series, the MBS Graduate Student Seminar Series is only open to faculty & students within the MBS program.