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Spring 2023 Seminar Series

Georgia Southern University’s Department of Biology hosts a weekly seminar series. The purpose of this series is to enable biologists from around the country to share their newest discoveries and ideas with our students, and we encourage students to engage with our honored guests in post-seminar discussions. Unless otherwise noted, seminars will be held on Mondays at 11:15 a.m., at either the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses. Seminars also will be live-streamed via Zoom. Scroll down past the schedule for instructions for joining a Zoom-based seminar.

30Coral Minchey
Georgia Wildlife Federation
Georgia’s R3 Initiative and a Hunter’s Role in ConservationHeather JoestingArmstrong
6Mona Behl
Georgia Sea Grant
Putting Science to Work for Georgia’s Coast: Georgia Sea Grant’s Research and Fellowship OpportunitiesDanny GleasonStatesboro
20CJ Pell
Georgia Southern University
Regeneration in floodplain forests – How do seedlings endure multiple stressors?Georgianne MooreStatesboro
27Heather Alexander
Auburn University
Burnt Ice: Understanding the Fate of Siberian Forests Following FiresCraig AumackStatesboro
20Miriam Catalán
Texas A&M
Winters Are Getting Warmer: Understanding the effects of record-breaking temperatures on daily tree water use of mature loblolly pine trees in East TexasGeorgianne MooreStatesboro
20Marisa Collura
Texas A&M
Scaling-up Tree Water-use to Transpiration using LiDAR in East Texas Piney WoodsGeorgianne MooreStatesboro
27Dominic DeSantis
Georgia College and State University
Uncoiling the secret lives of snakes: insights from combining old and new technologies in studies of snake behavioral ecologyCheco Colon-GaudStatesboro
3Emlyn Resetarits
University of Georgia
The interplay between parasites and the environmentJohn CarrollStatesboro
Allie Griffis
Georgia Southern University
TBAVinoth SittaramaneStatesboro
Victoria Baglin
Georgia Southern University
TBACheco Colon-GaudStatesboro
17Brooke Carney
National Sea Grant College Program
TBALissa LeegeVirtual
1Undergraduate Research Symposium

Instructions for joining a seminar

Zoom seminar link

To join a seminar, click the above link. You will be directed to a page with a popup dialog box. If a dialog box doesn’t pop up, check that you have allowed popup windows in your security and adblocker settings. When you click Open Zoom Meetings in the dialog, it will launch the Zoom application and take you to the meeting. If you don’t have the Zoom application installed, you will have the option to download it or to join from your browser. Zoom will then ask for your name (to display to others) as well as your email address (not displayed to others). Finally, Zoom may ask for the Webinar ID: 834 4802 2001 and passcode: 156909

For more information, contact Josh Gibson.

Last updated: 3/24/2023