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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. 23 Ilya Ruvinsky, U. of Chicago Conservation, divergence, and epistasis in evolution of gene regulation Lavrov
Aug. 30 Bruce Lieberman, KU Applying Biodiversity Science to Paleontology Folinsbee
Sep. 6 Stacy Smith, University of Nebraska- Lincoln Ecology and genetics of floral diversification: A case study in Andean Iochroma (Solanaceae) Nason
Sep. 13 Jennifer M. Jandt, ISU Behavioral variation and organization in social insect colonies  
Sep. 20 Christopher Filstrup, ISU Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, and community stability in lakes  
Sep. 27   48th Errington Memorial Lecture  
Oct. 4 Andrew Alverson, U. of Arkansas Genomic gigantism in plant mitochondria Courtney
Oct. 11 Paul Harnik, NESCENT Macroevolutionary consequences of rarity in the marine fossil record Serb
Oct. 18 Andrew Severin, ISU Genome Evolution in Soybean  
Oct. 25 Ken Cameron, U. of Wisconsin-Madison Systematic studies of Vanilla Orchids, source of the world's most popular flavor and fragrance from the largest family of plants on Earth L. Clark
Nov. 1 Christine Hawkes, U. of Texas - Austin Soil microbial responses to climate change Russell/Hofmockel
Nov. 8 Thomas Givnish, U. of Wisconsin Recent insights into adaptive radiation and the determinants of botanical diversity Wilsey
Nov. 15 David Polly, Indiana University - Bloomington Changing organisms, changing climate: The dynamics of geography, evolution, and traits Adams
Nov. 22   THANKSGIVING BREAK  
Nov. 29 Nicolas Lartillot, U. de Montreal Bayesian integrative models for molecular and macro- evolutionary studies Lavrov
Dec. 6 Irene Newton, Indiana University - Bloomington The honey bee as a model for social transmission of microflora Toth
Dec. 13 Joy Ward, KU Plant Responses to Changing [CO2]: From the Last Glacial Period Through the Future Harpole