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Spring 2018 Seminar Series

The Department of Biology at Georgia Southern University invites you to attend our Seminar Series. Seminars will be held at 11:15 a.m. in Biological Sciences Room 1109, unless indicated otherwise.

January
22

TBA
29

Kira McEntire
University of Georgia
Integrating Modeling and Fieldwork to Explore How Behavior Moderates Salamander Sensitivity to Climate Cox
February
5

David Rostal and Janice Grumbles
Georgia Southern University
Pandas, Turtles and More: Our Travels to China and Australia Cox
12

Alan Wilson
Auburn University
Consequences of nutrient enrichment and herbivore adaptation for phytoplankton in lakes George
19

Lehr Brisbin
University of Georgia
From the Georgia Swamps to the AKC: The Story of the Carolina Dog Irby
26

John Van Stan
Georgia Southern University
Stemflow feasts and famines: How vegetation redistributes rainfall to subsidize or limit resource supplies to soils Kerrie Sendall
28 (Wednesday)

Landscape Ecology Candidate Colon-Gaud
March
5

Landscape Ecology Candidate Colon-Gaud
7 (Wednesday)

Landscape Ecology Candidate Colon-Gaud
19

Immunology Candidate George
26

Immunology Candidate George
30 (Friday)

Jessica Devitt
Georgia Southern University
TBA Schenk
30 (Friday)

Kelsey Laymon
Georgia Southern University
TBA Colon-Gaud
April
2

Ryan Early
University of Alabama
TBA Bedore
9

Kathryn Cottingham
Dartmouth College
Cyanobacteria In Low Nutrient, Clear Water Lakes: What We’re Learning From Blooms Happening in Places Where They Aren’t Expected Gleason
16

Jesse Meik
Tarleton State University
The Paradox of Surrogate Variables in Ecology and Evolution Cox
23

Undergraduate Research Symposium
Georgia Southern University
Carroll
30

Final Exams/No Seminar

For more information, contact Jamie Roberts.

Last updated: 3/18/2018

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY • P.O. Box 8042-1 • Statesboro, GA 30460 • (912) 478-5487