Seminars will begin again in the Fall 2017 semester.
Seminars are Fridays at 11 AM (refreshments at 10:45) in room 230 of the Marley Building.
|2-Sep||Brittany Peterson, PERT Postdoc||Stock Laboratory, Dept. of Entomology, UA||"Bacterial roles in the lower termite holobiont"|
|9-Sep||Robbie Zinna, PERT Postdoc||Riehle Laboratory, Dept. of Entomology, UA||"Proximate mechanisms of condition-dependent growth of beetle weaponry."|
|16-Sep||Xianchun Li, Associate Professor||Dept. of Entomology, UA||
"What triggers alternative use of two radically different poly (A) sites?"
|23-Sep||Insect Festival Cast Party||xxxxxxxxxx||no seminar - Attend the Insect Festival Cast Party! Room: Marley Atrium|
|30-Sep||International Congress of Entomology||xxxxxxxxxx||no seminar|
|7-Oct||Nick Dirienzo, PERT Postdoc||Dornhaus Laboratory, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UA||"The causes and consequences of individual variation of behavior and web structure in widow spiders"|
|14-Oct||Keaton Wilson, PERT Postdoc||Davidowitz Laboratory, Dept. of Entomology, UA||"Could a better lunch have saved the crew of the Nostromo? Alienparasitoids, insect herbivores and host-plant diets."|
|21-Oct||Mike Bogan, Assistant Professor||School of Natural Resources, UA||"Rise up, Lazarus: the life history and ecology of an intermittent stream stonefly (Mesocapnia arizonensis)"|
|28-Oct||Alison Bockoven, PERT Postdoc||Hunter Laboratory, Dept. of Entomology, UA||"Causes and consequences of intraspecific variation in behavior of the red imported fire ant"|
|4-Nov||Hagedorn Speaker: Brian Allan, Assistant Professor||Dept. of Entomology, U. of Illinois||"The Consequences of Livestock-Wildlife Integration for Tick-Borne Disease Risk in Central Kenya"|
|11-Nov||Veterans Day||xxxxxxxxxx||no seminar|
|18-Nov||Laura Lavine, Professor||Dept. of Entomology, Washington State U.||"Mechanisms of Life History Evolution in the Weapons of Sexual Selection"|
|2-Dec||David Hembry, PERT Postdoc||Dlugosch Laboratory, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UA||"Repeated transitions from mutualism to parasitism and ecological opportunity in leafflower-moth interactions."|