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Active Learning Initiative funds nine projects
Sea-stars
Harvell, et al. researches once-abundant sea stars imperiled by disease along West Coast
Greg Dietl, curator of Cenozoic invertebrates at PRI and Cornell adjunct associate professor
Mollusk collection moves to PRI, internet
Canopy Singer
Ligon and Lab of Ornithology research how females drive the song and dance of male birds-of-paradise
Kelly Zamudio
Zamudio one of eight faculty honored with Weiss teaching awards
Paul Vidovich
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BIOEE 9990 : Ph.D. Dissertation Research
Semester offered: Spring 2019 Instructor:
Anurag Agrawal
André Dhondt
Stephen Ellner
John Fitzpatrick
Alexander Flecker
Monica Geber
Christine Goodale
Nelson Hairston
David Lodge
Drew Harvell
Andre Kessler
Irby Lovette
Amy McCune
Alison Power
Jed Sparks
David Winkler
Kelly Zamudio
Michael Webster
Andrew Clark
Nina Therkildsen
Willy Bemis
Bryan Danforth
Jeremy Searle
Robert Howarth
Maren Vitousek
Robert Reed
Timothy Fahey
Dissertation research conducted by a Ph.D. student in the field of ecology and evolutionary biology with advice and consultation of a major professor who is a member of the field.
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BIOEE 8990 : M.S. Thesis Research
Semester offered: Spring 2019 Instructor:
Robert Howarth
Willy Bemis
Nelson Hairston
Drew Harvell
Thesis research conducted by an M.S. student in the field of ecology and evolutionary biology with advice and consultation of a major professor who is a member of the field.
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BIOEE 7640 : Plant-Insect Interactions Seminar
Crosslisted as: BIONB 7640, ENTOM 7640 Semester offered: Spring 2019 Instructor:
Anurag Agrawal
Katja Poveda
Robert Raguso
Jennifer Thaler
Group intensive study of current research in plant-insect interactions. Topics vary from semester to semester but include chemical defense, coevolution, insect community structure, population regulation, biocontrol, tritrophic interactions, and mutualism.
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BIOEE 7600 : Special Topics in Evolution and Ecology
Semester offered: Spring 2019 Instructor:
Michelle Smith
Kelly Zamudio
Independent or group-intensive study of special topics of current interest. Content varies each semester.
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