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Research Seminars and Student Seminars are important weekly events in Department E3B. On Tuesdays, invited researchers, Columbia faculty and graduating E3B Ph.D. students present their work. On Thursdays, E3B M.A. and Ph.D. students give brief presentations of their work in progress; early in the semester there will also be several job candidates giving seminars.

EEEB G6300: Graduate Research Seminars — 2018-2019

Tuesdays, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

All seminars are held in room 1015 Schermerhorn Extension

Date: February 19
Speaker: Alex Barron (host Menge)
Affiliation: Smith University
Title: What can models tell us about how to design the next US climate policy? An ecologists view
Date: February 26
Speaker: Eric Davidson (host Menge)
Affiliation: University of Maryland
Title: Manure happens: Unintended consequences of nourishing over seven billion human omnivores
Date: March 5
Speaker: Nate Upham (host Eaton)
Affiliation: Yale University
Title: The ecology of species diversification in the mammal tree of life
Date: March 12
Speaker: Jen Powers (host Uriarte)
Affiliation: University of Minnesota
Title: Responses of Tropical Dry Forests to Global Environmental Change
Date: March 19
Speaker: University Holiday
Date: March 26
Speaker: Benjamin Clark (host DeFries)
Affiliation: Columbia University
Title: CU Defense
Date: April 2
Speaker: Bob Wayne (host Bendesky)
Affiliation: UCLA
Title: The Measurement of Adaptive and Deleterious Variation in Natural Populations and Implications for Conservation
Date: April 9
Speaker: Lynn B. (Marty) Martin (host Rubenstein)
Affiliation: U S Florida
Title: The effects of stress on avian host competence for West Nile virus
Date: April 16
Speaker: Cecile Ane (host Eaton)
Affiliation: U Wisconsin
Title: ​​Methods for molecular and trait evolution with reticulate phylogenies
Date: April 23
Speaker: TBA
Date: April 30
Speaker: TBA
Date: May 7
Speaker: MA Thesis Presentations

EEEB G6300: E3B Student Seminar Series — 2018-2019

Thursdays, 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. PLEASE NOTE: Seminars by job candidates are held at 4:00 p.m. instead of 2:30 p.m.

All seminars are held in room 1015 Schermerhorn Extension

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