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Zoology and Physiology|College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Zoology and Physiology
Fall 2012 Seminar Schedule

Seminars are on Thursdays at 4:10 p.m. in Berry Center 138 unless noted otherwise. Informal receptions for speakers precede seminars at 3:45 p.m. in the Berry Center Atrium.

SEPTEMBER

20 - Dr. Shermin de Silva

       Colorado State University

       Title: The spatial and temporal dynamics of social affiliations among Asian elephants 

       Host: Dave McDonald

27 - Clarke Lecture: Dr. Peter and Rosemary Grant

       Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University

       Title: Evolution of Darwin's Finches

       Host: Craig Benkman

OCTOBER

4 - Dr. Eric Pianka

      Section of Integrative Biology, University of Texas

      Title: TBA

      Host: Reilly Dibner

11 - Note – 7:00 pm for this seminar

        Joe Riis - National Geographic Magazine Photographer

        Title: Conservation Photography Stories from Around the World

         Host: Harold Bergman; co-sponsored with ENR

18 - Dr. Rick Adams

       School of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado

       Title: Western Bats Face the Dark Side of Climate Change

      Host: Craig Benkman

25 - Dr. Shannon Murphy

       Department of Biological Sciences, University of Denver

      Title: Plant-insect interactions in a changing world: How insects form associations with novel host plants

      Host: Craig Benkman

NOVEMBER

1 - Dr. Steve Buskirk

      Title: Five easy species: a mammal fauna of Wyoming

      Host: Harold Bergman

8 - Dr. Craig Benkman

     Title: Explorations of species interactions and their evolution

     Host: Harold Bergman

15 -Dr. Amy Krist

    Title: How phosphorus informs invasion biology, parasite-host interactions, and polyploidy

    Host: Harold Bergman

29 - Dr. Matt Kauffman

      Title: The ecology and conservation of migratory ungulates

      Host: Harold Bergman

DECEMBER

6 - Dr. Stan Gehrt

     School of Environment and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University

     Title: Is the urban coyote a misanthropic synanthrope?  The case from Chicago

     Host: Marjorie MacGregor

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