Weekly Seminars

SPRING 2018

SPRING 2018 (Dates are tentative)

1/10/18

 

"Untitled" 
Host: 

1/17/18

Brent Sinclair, University of Western Ontario

"How and why did insects evolve freeze tolerance?"
 Host: McCluney

1/19/18 (Friday)

Robert Huber, Bowling Green State University

"Computational Ethology: A Brave New World"
 Host: Morris

1/24/18 Chris Winslow, OSU, Ohio Sea Grant & Stone Lab  "The research landscape is changing: the broader impacts of research and working with stakeholders" Host: McCluney

1/31/18

Maria Diakonova, University of Toledo

"Molecular pathways involved in prolactin-dependent JAK2/PAK1 action: implication in breast cancer"
 Host: Heckman

2/7/18

Greg Lipps, OSU, Ohio Biodiversity Conservation Partnership

"Herpetological Conservation in Ohio""
 Host: Kappler

2/14/18

Elke Buschbeck, University of Cincinnati

"Diversity, form and function of the extraordinary eyes of diving beetle larvae"
 Host: Weigmann

2/21/18

Remegio Confesor, Heidelberg University

"Linking environmental, economics, and policy issues: an integrated modeling solution" Host: Bidart

2/28/18

Jake Graving, University of Konstans

"Perception and Motion in Locust Swarms" Host: Wiegmann

3/7/18

Spring Break

"Untitled" Host:

3/14/18

Ana Jurcak, BGSU

"Defining the Reaction Spaces of Predator-Prey Reaction Spaces"
 Host: Moore

3/21/18

Kelly Weinersmith, Rice University

"Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That'll Improve And/Or Ruin Everything"
 Host: Wiegmann

3/28/18

Rex Lowe (Professor Emeritus, Retired), Bowling Green State University

"Species matter! Unraveling food webs in western rivers" Host: Huber

4/4/18

Hopi Hoekstra, Harvard University

"Pasakarnis Buchanan Lecture" 
Host: 

4/11/18

Brian Davis, Texas A&M University

“Post-Domestication Selection in Contemporary Canine Breeds” Host: Halo Wildschutte

4/18/18

Jack Schultz, University of Toledo

"Darwin’s peach: how insects get plants to create fake fruits" Host: Bidart

4/25/18

Richard Komuniecki, University of Toledo

“Untitled” Host:Bullerjahn

5/2/18

Todd Miller, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

"Freshwater Algal Toxins in Lakes and Drinking Water: Ecology, Monitoring, and Assessing Human Exposure" Host:Davis