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Weekly Ecology Seminars and Events

Ecology-related seminars and events, April 24-29

“The effect of sage-grouse conservation on non-game wildlife: Implications for the umbrella species concept,” Jason Carlisle

    Tuesday, April 25, 11 am, Business Building 21

    Program in Ecology PhD Dissertation Defense


Live Raptor Show, Melissa Hill, the Draper Museum Raptor Experience

    Wednesday, April 26, 7:10 pm, BC Auditorium (reception at 6:40 pm)

    Sponsored by the Laramie Audubon Society and the Biodiversity Institute


EcoInfo Working Group

     Advice and technical assistance on study design, data storage, spatial/GIS workflows, statistical analyses, and genomic data workflow

     Thursdays, 10:00-12:00 pm, Ag 316 - drop in for part of or the entire time

     Hosted by Shannon Albeke, WYGISC, and Nic and Vikram, INBRE


“Biological control of rangeland pest grasshoppers using bait formulation of a fungal pathogen Metarhizium robertsii”, Lee Noel

    Thursday, April 27, 12-1 pm, AG 2024

    ESM MS Thesis Defense Seminar


“Bayesian network analysis of interaction networks for Brassica rapa under mild-drought,” Mallory Lai

    Thursday, April 27, 12:20-1:15 pm, Classroom Bldg. 142

    Part of the Botany Brown Bag Seminar Series


“Edible Plants of Wyoming,” Brian A. Elliot, Elliot Environmental Consulting

    Thursday, April 27, 5:30 pm, BC Auditorium (reception and book signing to follow)

    Sponsored by the Biodiversity Institute and the Rocky Mountain Herbarium


“One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish: Detecting pattern and process of multi-scale variation in male nuptial color in threespine sickleback,” Dr. Chad Brock, UW Botany

    Friday, April 28, 12 pm, BC Auditorium

    Part of the Zoology/Physiology Distinguished Seminar Series


“Lessons my students taught me about life,” Dr. Harold Bergman

    Friday, April 28, 1:30-2:45 pm, Marian H Rochelle Gateway Center

    Buchanan Lecture


Sci-Art Exploratorium

    Friday, April 28, 12:30-3:30 pm, UW Visual Arts Bldg. Room 231

    Join for a free 3D modeling and digital illustration Hands-On Workshop and Lunch

    Must RSVP by Wed, April 26 to reserve a seat  


Art Exhibit and Reception: “Wearing Wyoming – Microscopic Perspectives”, Erin Irick, UW Family and Consumer Sciences

    Friday, April 28, 5:30-8 pm, Berry Center lobby

    Erin Irick, recipient of a 2016 Biodiversity in Art Award, presents a collection of apparel featuring images of microscopic plants found in Wyoming. (one night only!)


Film Screening: “Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective”

    Friday, April 28, 7 pm, Ag Auditorium (refreshments at 6:30)

    Hosted by ACRES Student Farm and LLF to kick off the Laramie Local Foods Gathering


Laramie Local Foods Gathering 2017: Modern Homesteading

    Saturday, April 29, 8:30 am-2:30 pm, at the new high school, 1710 Boulder Dr.

    There will be 12 workshop sessions that can help find ways to increase production and consumption of locally produced foods. $5 for admission, free for students. Lunch provided.


People’s Climate March

    Saturday, April 29, 12 pm

    March will begin at lawn outside of UW Classroom Building

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