Everyone, regardless of whether you are affiliated with E&E, is welcome and encouraged to attend these seminars.
Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held Thursdays at 4:00 p.m. in the Alampi Room of the Marine and Coastal Sciences Building on the G. H. Cook Campus. Refreshments are served at 3:40 p.m.
For scheduling information contact Dr.Malin Pinsky at malin.pinsky@ rutgers.edu
|Date||Speaker, Affiliation, and Seminar Title||Host|
Dr. Siobain Duffy
"What they are vs what they do: the contribution of genomic architecture and ecology to long-term viral evolution "
This is Dr. Duffy's promotion seminar
Dr. Lyndon Estes
"The sustainability of agricultural expansion in the 21st century's hotspot of global change"
Dr. Romain Libbrecht
"Division of labor in insect societies: Genetic components and physiological regulation"
Dr. Frank Gallagher
"Brownfields to Green, the Easy Way"
This is Dr. Gallagher's membership seminar
Dr. Helen Fox
"Solving the mystery of marine protected area (MPA) performance: linking governance, conservation, ecosystem services, and human well being"
Dr. Matthew Bolek
"Unraveling a Gordian knot: Discovering the Biodiversity of Gordian Worms (Phylum, Nematomorpha)"
Dr. Dustin Brisson
"Evolution and evolvability of antigenic variation"
Dr. Howard Rosenbaum
"CHARTING THE COURSE TO RECOVERY
Dr. Eric Wommack
“Uncovering the biology of unknown viruses through metagenomics and nucleotide metabolism genes”
Dr. John Wiedenmann
"Identifying effective strategies for sustainable fisheries management"
This is Dr. Wiedenmann's membership seminar
EcoGSA Eminent Ecologist
"Sushi and Satellites:
Dr. Nancy Knowlton
"The evolutionary diversity and ecological complexity of coral reefs"
"Increasing frequency of disease drives community dynamics in a kelp bed ecosystem"
Speaker, Affiliation, and Seminar Title
Dr. Samantha Chapman
"Mangroves marching northward: impacts of range shifts on carbon cycling and coastal protection"
Dr. Daniel Cariveau
"Biodiversity, ecosystem services and conservation of native bees in agroecosystems"
Dr. Eunsoo Kim
"Green Algae: Phagocytosis, Endosymbiosis, and Genome Evolution"
|Debashish Bhattacharya and Paul Falkowski|
Dr. Alison Sweeney
"Photosymbiotic Giant Clams are Transformers of Solar
Dr. David Wilcove
"Biodiversity conservation in Southeast Asia: the good, the bad, and the frightening."
Dr. Joshua Ginsberg
"Roaring Back? A fragile global recovery of some large
|March 12||Dr. Mark Urban
University of Connecticut
|March 19||SPRING BREAK|
Dr. Scott Gilbert
Dr. Daniel Weinreich
"Evolution of the Roundest: Why Populations Reside on Domes and not Volcanoes on the Fitness Landscape"
|April 16||Dr. Volker Rudolf
Dr. Susanna Remold
"Stalking the elusive generalist: Pseudomonas in the home”