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Department Seminar

Department of Zoology and Physiology

Brown Bag Seminar Schedule – fall 2021

 

The Brown Bag Seminar occurs at 12:00 each Monday in the Berry Center Auditorium with limited available seating to accommodate social distancing protocols or via Zoom.  All interested folks are welcome to attend and participate in the discussion.  The seminars are informal with the intent of stimulating communications regarding planned and ongoing research.  Pizza is will not be provided this semester.

Date                Speaker                                                     Title

Aug 30

Nicole Bedford

Quantifying patterns of burrow use in wild beach mice

Sept. 6

Holiday

 

Sept. 13

Nathan Hough

Golden Eagle Winter Habitat and Risk Interactions in the Wyoming Basin and Great Plains

Sept. 20

 

 

Sept. 27

 

 

Oct. 4

 

 

Oct. 11

 

 

Oct. 18

Tess Kilwein

Mental Health in Academia

Oct. 25

Carrie Kyle

Full Annual Cycle Ecology: Evaluating Seasonal Movements of Mule Deer, Elk and Moose Living in a Common Environment

Nov. 1

Ashleigh Rhea

Understanding Wyoming's sagebrush songbird populations via experiments and natural history

Nov. 8

 

 

Nov. 15

Ashleigh Pilkerton

Sediment and fisheries: an assessment to inform sediment management practices at Wyoming dams

Nov. 22

Fall break

 

 

Nov. 29

Dedan Ngatia

Conservation of African wild dogs in northern Kenya: links with domestic dogs, livestock production, and climate warming

Dec. 6

Madi Crawford

The status and distribution of Regal Fritillary (Speyeria idalia) and Monarch (Danaus plexippus) butterflies in eastern Wyoming

Dec. 13?

Finals week

 

 

Zoology and Physiology Seminar

Zoology and Physiology Seminar


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