ENWC Seminar Series

 

Fall 2014 Seminar Series

Monday 11:15 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.

Room 009 Townsend Hall

*Refreshments at 11:00 a.m.*

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September 8
Introduction and Safety Training (All graduate students must attend)

September 15
Gwen Talham, DVM – Animal Care and Use Seminar (All graduate students must attend)

September 22
Graduate Student Lunch (Graduate students only and all graduate students must attend). Location is 233 Townsend Hall.

September 29
Dr. Alejandra Bravo and Dr. Mario Soberón – Professors at the Institute of Biotechnology, National Autonomous University of Mexico.   Mechanisms of action of Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal Cry toxins: consequences for crop protection and management of insect resistance.

October 6
Clark Nissley – Effects of Overabundant Goose Species on Breeding Atlantic Brant.

October 13
Owen Cass – Determining the ecological role of flowering plants as nutritional forage for pollinators.

Sarah Weiskoph – Travel grant presentation.

October 20
Talks for the Wildlife Society Meeting (Oral presentations).

October 21
Talks for the Wildlife Society Meeting (Poster presentations). 2:30-4:30pm 256 Townsend Hall.

October 22
The American Entomological Society’s October 2014 Meeting 4:00 p.m.  Allen Lab Conference Room 101.

October 27
No seminar. The Wildlife Society Meeting.

November 3
Grace Savoy-Burke – Native pollinator and natural enemy diversity in forest fragments.

November 10
Talks for the Entomological Society of America meeting.

November 17
No seminar. The Entomological Society of America meeting.

November 24
Jacob Haus – Resource Selection, Movement Ecology, and Survival of Male White-tailed Deer.

December 1
Sarah Weiskopf – Assessing the effect of land use changes on mammalian biodiversity in Sumatra using haematophagous leeches.