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EEB Seminar Series

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This year ALL EEB seminars will be virtual via Zoom on a link provided via email. For the Zoom link and password for the seminars below, please contact Marissa Spoonhower.
 

EEB seminars usually take place on Mondays @ 12:20pm / A106 Morison Rm., Corson Hall, Cornell University campus; Spring 2021 is an exception.

*Indicates special day, time, and/or location

DATE

NAME / AFFILIATION / TOPIC

HOST

8/30/21

Helene Muller-Landau, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution 

Title:  Plant strategies and tropical forest dynamics: insights from integrating modeling, long-term and large-scale field datasets, and drone remote sensing

*VIRTUAL*

Xu

9/06/21

Labor Day-No Seminar

 

9/17/21
*Friday*

Naomi Pierce, Harvard University

Title: Wings and wavelengths: can butterflies perceive and use signals in the red and near infrared?

Agrawal

9/20/21

Steve Grodsky, Cornell University

Title: Renewable Energy Ecology

Xu

9/27/21

Carl Wieman, Stanford University

Title: What must be learned to become a successful scientist or      engineer; the 29 critical decisions

*VIRTUAL*

Smith

10/04/21

Anya Brown. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Title: Ecology of Extended Phenotypes

Babonis

10/11/21

Indigenous Peoples' Day- No Seminar

10/18/21

Ann Tate, Vanderbuilt University

Title: Immune system optimization in a variable world.

Lazzaro

10/25/21

Phyllis Coley, University of Utah

Title: Is the high diversity in tropical forests driven by the interactions of plants and their herbivores?

Geber/Agrawal

11/01/21

Chelsea Wood, University of Washington

Title: Ghosts of oceans past: What can data on historical parasite burdens tell us about the future of marine disease?

*VIRTUAL*

Lovette

11/08/21

Nandita Garud, University of California, Los Angeles

Title: Evolution in the Human Gut Microbiome

*VIRTUAL*

Moeller
11/15/21

Valerie Trouet, University of Arizona

Title: Tree Story: What we can learn about climate and forest history from the rings in trees

Dhondt

11/22/21

Courtney Murdock, Cornell University

Title: In sickness and in health: mosquito love songs, mate choice, and vector-borne disease transmission

Flecker
11/29/21

Micaela Martinez, Columbia University

Title: Biological Rhythms: Wild Clocks in the Anthropocene & Human Health

Greischar
12/06/21

Michael Webster, Cornell University

Title: Assisting Adaptation: How to Save Coral Reefs and More in the Anthropocene

Searle

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