Please join the Great Lakes Center and Biology Department for their Spring 2020 seminars. All seminars are on Fridays at 2:00 p.m. in Bulger Communications Center room 214.
Feb. 7 TBA, microbiologist job candidate
Feb. 14 TBA, microbiologist job candidate
Feb. 21 TBA, microbiologist job candidate
Feb. 28 TBA, microbiologist job candidate
Mar. 6 Dan Baldassarre, SUNY Oswego, “Linking, behavior and biodiversity in birds”
Mar. 13 Alicia Perez-Fuentetaja, SUNY Buffalo State, “A recent invader finds its ecological niche in the Great Lakes: Hemimysis anomala, the bloody red shrimp”
Mar. 20 Michael Yu, University of Buffalo, “The role of protein arginine methylation in pre-mRNA splicing”
Apr. 3 John Titus, SUNY Fredonia, “Forest change in Chautauqua County's upland and bottomland forests”
Apr. 10 Stephanie Poindexter, University of Buffalo, “Navigating the night: slow loris conservation through movement ecology research”
Apr. 17 Vadim A. Karatayev, University of Guelph, “Ecological resilience in heterogeneous ecosystems”
Apr. 24 Jay Burney, Pollinator Conservation Association, “Buffalo, biodiversity, and the burden of development”
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