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USF IB Seminar Series | Fall 2014

Date Time & Location Speaker Title Additional info
Total Zero OPEN Seminars (Please contact Marc Lajeunesse lajeunesse@usf.edu for additional info)
Aug. 28 3:30,
CWY107
Richards Lab,
USF Integrative Biology
3 students' summer conference presentations
Sept. 4 3:30,
CWY107
Angela Collins,
USF Integrative Biology
An Investigation into the Habitat, Behavior and Opportunistic Feeding Strategies of the Protected Goliath Grouper Epinephelus itajara
Sept. 11 3:30,
CWY107
Caitlin Gabor,
Texas State University
Geographic variation in mate choice in a unisexual-bisexual species complex: Are populations consistent? + stress and disease in amphibians
Sept. 18 3:30,
CWY107
Gordon Fox,
USF Integrative Biology
Growth and decline of biological populations: from individuals to landscapes
Sept. 25 3:30,
CWY107
Jeffrey Scales,
University of Hawaii, Manoa
The evolution and design of the locomotor system in lizards of the Southwest United States
Oct. 2 3:30,
CWY107
Jonathan Pruitt,
University of Pittsburgh
From individuals, to populations, to communities, to extinction: when does animal personality matter?
Oct. 9 3:30,
CWY107
Dan Simberloff,
University of Tennessee
What's new in invasion biology and management, and why are they controversial? BGSO invited speaker
Oct. 16 3:30,
CWY107
Bob Schmitz,
University of Georgia
Evolutionary significance of population epigenomics in Arabidopsis thaliana
Oct. 23 3:30,
CWY107
Earl McCoy,
USF Integrative Biology
The history and consequences of gopher tortoise exploitation in Florida
Oct. 30 3:30,
CWY107
Steve Phelps,
University of Texas
TBA
Nov. 6 3:30,
CWY107
Lewis Lab,
USF Integrative Biology
TBA
Nov. 13 3:30,
CWY107
Sadie Ryan,
University of Florida
TBA
Nov. 20 3:30,
CWY107
Philipp Boersch-Supan,
University of South Florida
Pelagic Ecology of Indian Ocean Seamounts and Islands
Nov. 27 3:30,
CWY107
no seminar, Thanksgiving
Dec. 4 3:30,
CWY107
Denis Noble,
University of Oxford
Evolution and physiology: a new synthesis Special online seminar viewing
(42 min.)




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