/ Living Earth Collaborative/EEPB Biodiversity Seminar Series

Living Earth Collaborative/EEPB Biodiversity Seminar Series

September 6, 2018 to December 6, 2018
Every week
4:00 pm
Rebstock Hall, Room 322

The Living Earth Collaborative and the Evolution, Ecology and Population Biology Graduate Program are hosting seminars on alternate weeks this fall. The seminars are held in Rebstock 322 and are open to all. Light refreshments will be available.

September 6: LEC

Helina Woldekiros, Anthropology, Washington University in Saint Louis

The Integration of Endogenous and Exogenous Agricultural Systems: Domestic Chickens and Biodiversity in Ancient Africa

September 13: EEPB

Leticia Aviles, University of British Columbia

From Three-Dimensional Scaling to Community Assembly – The Ecology of Spider Sociality

September 20: LEC

Robbie HartMissouri Botanical Garden

Shifts in Time and Space – Climate Change Impacts on Himalayan Vegetation

September 27: EEPB

David Goad, Washington University in Saint Louis


October 4: LEC

Carmen UlloaMissouri Botanical Garden.

Footsteps of Humboldt: The Making of the Map of the Plants of the Americas

October 11: EEPB

Lauren Sullivan, University of Missouri

Ecological causes and consequences of dispersal

October 18: LEC

Patricia ParkerUniversity of Missouri- Saint Louis, and Saint Louis Zoo

Avian Health in the Galapagos Islands: the History and the Future

October 25: EEPB

Shahla Farzan, Saint Louis Public Radio

Turning science into stories: Strategies for communicating your research

November 1: LEC

Jason Knouft, Saint Louis University

Using Hydrologic and Ecological Models to Understand and Prepare for the Future of the Meramec River Watershed 

November 8: EEPB

Tadashi Fukami, Stanford University

Learning about Community Assembly from Plants Interacting with nectar and Soil Microbes

November 15: LEC

Kim Medley, Tyson Research Center, Washington University in Saint Louis

City Mosquito, Country Mosquito: Ecology and Evolution in the Anthropocene

November 29: EEPB

Emmanuel Antwi-Adjei, Washington University in Saint Louis

The Neuronal Design Underlying Consolidated Anesthesia-Resistant Memory in Drosophila

December 6: LEC

Eric Miller, Saint Louis Zoo

The Madagascar Fauna and Flora Group (MFG): Collaboration to Protect Biodiversity

Directions/ Parking information: Parking is available at the Danforth University Center underground garage. Entrance to the DUC garage is located north of Wallace Drive.  Parking rates are $2.00 for 2 hours. View campus mapWashU is also easily accessible via public transit at the Skinker Metro Station or Bus (1, 2, and GL). View Metro transit information.