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Research Seminars are important weekly events in the E3B Department. They include a mix of invited speakers from other institutions or departments and members of the E3B community, including graduating Ph.D. students. They take place on Tuesdays at 4 PM and (some) Thursdays at 2:30 PM.

*ALL STUDENTS WHO ARE REGISTERED MUST ATTEND IN PERSON* 

EEEB G6300: E3B Research Seminars — 2021-2022

TUESDAYS, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. — Followed by a Q&A session.

** Scroll down for THURSDAY seminars **

 

Date: February 8
Speaker: Josh Fisher
Affiliation: Earth Institute | Columbia Climate School
Title: Collaborative Conservation: Strategies for Biodiversity
Date: February 15
Speaker: TBA
Date: February 22
Speaker: TBA
Date: March 1
Speaker: TBA
Date: March 8
Speaker: Michael Purugannan
Affiliation: Center for Genomics and Systems Biology - NYU
Title: The geographic dispersal of crops
Date: March 22
Speaker: Kaitlyn Gaynor
Affiliation: University of California - Santa Barbara
Title: Sharing space on a crowded planet: Spatiotemporal responses of large mammals to human disturbance
Date: March 29
Speaker: Pedro Piffer
Affiliation: E3B PhD Student
Title: The fate of forests and its consequences for ecosystem services provision in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Date: April 5
Speaker: Jazlynn Hall
Affiliation: E3B PhD Student
Title: Impacts of drought and cyclonic storms on vegetation and streamflow in Puerto Rico
Date: April 12
Speaker: TBA
Date: April 19
Speaker: Pete Marra
Affiliation: Georgetown University
Title: Studying birds in the context of the annual cycle: seasonal interactions and carry-over effects
Date: April 26
Speaker: Jessica Ware
Affiliation: American Museum of Natural History
Title: Insect Evolution, with an emphasis on dragonflies and damselflies

EEEB G6300: E3B Student Seminar Series — 2021 – 2022

THURSDAYS, 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Date: February 17
Speaker: Jesús Pinto-Ledezma
Affiliation: University of Minnesota
Title: Historical and ecological processes as drivers of species co-occurrence
Date: February 24
Speaker: Shailee Shah
Affiliation: E3B PhD Student
Title: Socioecological drivers of complex social structure in an avian cooperative breeder
Date: March 3
Speaker: Meredith VanAcker
Affiliation: E3B PhD Student
Title: The Ecological Drivers of Urban Tick-borne Disease Emergence
Date: March 10
Speaker: Jay Schoen; Sarika Khanwilkar
Affiliation: E3B PhD Students
Date: March 31
Speaker: Natalie Niepoth
Affiliation: E3B PhD Student
Date: April 7
Speaker: TBA
Date: April 14
Speaker: Ayanna Butler; Rin Krichilsky
Affiliation: E3B PhD Students
Date: April 28
Speaker: Ivan Monagan; Sarah Bruner; Andie Munoz
Affiliation: E3B PhD Student; E3B PhD Student; E3B MA Student
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