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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 Manley Gavich.
 

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

02/15/21

 

Celina Baines, McGill University
Title: Context- and Phenotype-Dependent Dispersal and its Consequences.

 

Greischar

 

02/22/21

 

Swanne Gordon, Washington University in St. Louis
Title: Sex, Genes, and Environment: Integrating Multiple Determinants of Diversity in Nature.

 

Vitousek

 

03/02/21*
Tuesday

 

Svante Paabo, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Title: Archaic Genomics. 8:45AM

 

Searle

 

3/05/21*
Friday

 

EEB Town Hall (DEIJB) 1:15–2:35PM

 

EEB

 

03/08/21

 

Michaela Hau, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology
Title: Hormone-Mediated Phenotype Plasticity: Is There an Optimal Hormonal Phenotype?

Vitousek

 

03/11/21*
Thursday

 

Ruth DeFries, Columbia University
Title: Nature’s Secrets for Navigating Uncertain Times. 4:00PM
Barbara McClintock Life Sciences Lecture Series

 

Goodale  / Hess (BEE)

 

03/15/21

 

Hopi Hoekstra, Harvard University
Title: A Tale of Tails: The Genetic Causes and Behavioral Consequences of Morphological Evolution.

EEB Graduate Students

 

03/22/21

 

Andrew Davis, Harvard University
Title: Quantifying Landscape Scale Animal Impacts on Ecosystem Processes.

Xu

03/24/21*
Wednesday

 

Susana Wadgymar, Davidson College
Title: Local Adaptation, Evolutionary Constraints, and the Conservation of Plants under Climate Change. 12:30PM

 

Searle

03/29/21

 

Joyce Chery, Cornell University
Title: How to Build a Vine: from Cell Biology to Macroevolutionary Patterns.

 

Flecker

 

04/05/21

 

Molly Schumer, Stanford University
Title: The Tangled Tree of Life: Examining the Genetic Consequences of Hybridization

 Aguillon

04/09/21
Friday

EEB Seminar & Discussion (DEIJB)
Kurt Jordan, American Indian & Indigenous Studies Program, Cornell University
Title: Cornell, Indigenous Dispossession, and Relationships with Present-Day Communities. 1:20pm

Searle

04/12/21

 

Stepfanie Aguillon
Title: Hybridization, Coloration, and Genomics: Understanding the Genomic Architecture of Feather Coloration in the Northern Flicker.

 

Lovette

 

04/13/21*
Tuesday

 

Kerstin Lindblad Toh, Uppsala University
Title: Understanding Genome Evolution and Disease using Comparative Genetics and Genomics. 4:00PM
Barbara McClintock Life Sciences Lecture Series

 

Danko (Baker Institute)/

Hume (BMS)

 

04/19/21

 

       Mercedes Burns, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
       Title: Three Tales of Arachnid Genomes: Sequencing, Sex, and Silks.

Moreau

04/26/21

 

Anna Hargreaves, McGill University
Title: Where Do Species Interactions Matter?

 

Geber 

05/03/21

 

Andre Green, University of Michigan
Title: Monarch Migration as an Integrative Model of Complex Trait Evolution.

Moreau / Agrawal

05/10/21

 

Sonal Singhal, California State University Dominguez Hills
Title: Bridging the Microevolutionary-Macroevolutionary Gap through Studies of Speciation.

 

Johnson / Searle

 

05/17/21

EEB Town Hall (Graduate Students Matters)

EEB

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