Fall 2016 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.

Date Speaker
Title Sponsor
22 Dr. Vinoth Sittaramane
Georgia Southern University
Leveraging Zebrafish to Understand Human and Environmental Health
29 Dr. Johanne Lewis
Georgia Southern University
Physiological mechanisms in coping with environmental change
5 Labor Day
12 Dr. Subhrajit Saha
Georgia Southern University
Agroecology: Sustainable Agriculture and Environmental Management
19 Dr. Charles M. Watson
Midwestern State University
Out of thin air: Temperature, elevation, and the evolution of viviparity in lizards Christian Cox
26 Dr. James Leebens-Mack
University of Georgia
TBA John Schenk
3 Dr. Daniel McGarvey
Virginia Technical University
TBA Checo Colon-Gaud
10 Dr. Gary Grossman
University of Georgia
TBA Jamie Roberts
17 Dr. Christopher Cutler
Georgia Southern University
Educational Leave in Barcelona: The Architecture of a Collaboration
24 Dr. Chris Finelli
University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Context and Scale Dependent Ecological Processes: Why can’t life be simple? John Carroll
21 (Friday) Lauren Neel
Georgia Southern University
MS exit seminar Lance McBrayer
28 (Friday) Shauna Tietze
Georgia Southern University
MS exit seminar Johanne Lewis
31 Dr. April DeLaurier
University of South Carolina, Aiken
TBA Vinoth Sittaramane
4 (Friday) Jamie Alfieri
Georgia Southern University
TBA Oscar Pung
7 Shannon Corrigan
College of Charleston
The Chondrichthyan Tree of Life Project….and other shark tales Kerrie Sendall
14 Emme Bruns
The University of Virginia
Disease dynamics in natural populations: anther-smut as a model system Christian Cox
21 Thanksgiving holiday
Georgia Southern University
Undergraduate Research Symposium Department of Biology

For more information, contact Jamie Roberts.

Last updated: 10/12/2016

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