EcoBreak is an informal seminar designed for exchange of ideas between students and faculty in ecology, through the presentation of research, discussion, and good company.
EcoBreaks will be held every Tuesday at 11:30am in 332 Life Science. All are are welcome.
If you want to sign up to present or bring refreshments, contact Dr. Shannon Pelini.
|1/15||Matthew Linn||Impacts of Bt corn detritus on Orconectes rusticus fitness|
|1/22||Cordula Mora (Psychology)||The Neurobiology of Zombies or how to inadvertently learn some neuroscience while preparing for the (inevitable?) zombie apocalypse|
|1/29||Amanda Browne||The effects of sublethal levels of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) herbicide on crayfish feeding behaviors|
|3/19||Sarah Mansfield||A complex story of biological controlheight="25">|
|4/2||Steve Vessey||Tips on submitting NSF DDIG|
|4/9||Jennifer Shimola||Alydid Seed Predator Preference for Sundial Lupine Seed Color|
|4/16||David Edwards||Nonpoint source interflow and implications of chemical stimuli at the benthic level|
|4/23||Lani Estopinal||Genetic diversity of songbirds in the Oak Openings|