INDEX A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

When: Thursdays, 3:45-5:00 pm. Where: 210 Bessey Hall

Coffee beginning 3:30 pm in 240 Bessey Hall

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

Aug 28

EEOB New Student Orientation

 

 

Sept 4

Jim Raich, Iowa State University

Insights into forest ecosystems

Sept 11

Peter Chesson, University of Arizona

Mechanisms of maintenance of species diversity.

Wilsey

Sept 18

Maurine Neiman, University of Iowa

Investigating the maintenance of sex in a New Zealand snail, Potamopyrgus antipodarum

Valenzuela

Sept 25

Theresa Spralding, University of Northern Iowa

Genetics of peripherally isolated populations in Iowa:  Studies of blue-spotted salamanders and wood turtles

Danielson

Oct 2

Tobias Uller, University of Oxford

Sex Allocation in Lizards

Warner

Oct 3
Room 240
12:00 pm

Caroline Isaksson Ecology and physiology of carotenoid coloration in great tits, Parus major Warner

Oct 9

Jennifer Neuwald, Iowa State University

Seeing the forest for the glades: A landscape level approach to conserving population genetic dynamics in the eastern collared lizard, Crotaphytus collaris collaris

Vanenzuela

Oct 16

Maria Orive, Kansas University

Together and Apart: Determining Patterns of Host-Endosymbiont Association

Bronikowski

Oct 23

Craig Benkman, University of Wyoming

Specialization and coevolution in the adaptive radiation of crossbills

Vleck

Oct 30

Guillermo Orti, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

The tree of Life of Fishes: significance, challenges, and an update

Adams

Nov 6

Job Candidate

 

 

Nov 13

Job Candidates

 

 

Nov 20

Job Candidates

 

Nov 27

Thanksgiving Break

 

Dec 4

Antonia Monteiro, Yale University

How and why eyespots appeared on the wings of butterflies

Serb

Dec 11

Eileen Hebets, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Complex courtship signaling and variable female mate choice in spiders

 Kelly