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

Jan 13

Teri Balser, U of Wisconsin

Microbes, carbon, and climate: a story about changing paradigms and a changing planet

Hofmockel

Jan 20

Michelle Boettcher, CELT-ISU

Academic Integrity at Iowa State

 

Jan 27

Gabriel Riveria, ISU

Ecomorphological variation in the freshwater turtle Pseudemys concinna inhabiting different aquatic flow regimes: effects of shell shape on multiple facets of performance

Adams

Feb 3

Fernando Miguez, ISU

'Modeling Framework for Prediction in Agricultural Research

 
Feb 10 Daniel Janes, ISU

The tortoise beats the hare: Comparing turnover sex-determining mechansims and non-coding elements among Amniotes

Valenzuela

Feb 17

Kenneth Kozak, U of Minnesota

Phylogeny, ecology, and the origins of geographic variation in species diversity

Adams

Feb 24

Troy Baird, U of Central Oklahoma

Social life in a dragon's lair: Alternative male tactics, extreme take-overs, and the signaling role of dimorphic color

Janzen

Mar 3

Robert Jeanne, U of Wisconsin Banging on baby: How a mechanical signal influences caste development in a social wasp Toth

Mar 10

Shozo Yokoyama, Emory University

Molecular genetics and adaptive evolution of vertebrate vision

Serb

Mar 17

Spring Break

 

 

Mar 24

Jason Harmon, North Dakota State U

How ecological and evolutionary forces could alter a species' response to climate change

Abbott
Mar 31 GREBE Seminar    

Apr 7

Sabrina Russo, U of Nebraska-Lincoln

Forest Community Dynamics: Function traits and demographic trade-offs

Apr 14

Emilie Snell-Rood, U of Minnesota

Costs and constraints in the evolution of learning and plasticity: the importance of development

Toth

Apr 21 Brett Payseur, U of Wisconsin Genetics and evolution of hybrid sterility in house mice