Spring 2013 seminars are held on Mondays at 5:00 PM in AA-G008.
The Evolutionary Studies seminar series presents a guest speaker on an evolution-related topic about every week. It’s a great way to learn about evolution directly from a wide variety of scientists, and an excellent opportunity to ask questions and engage in discussion with researchers as well as your peers. Seminars are open to everyone. Students are encouraged to enroll in BIOL 451/680S, a 2-credit course based on the seminar series.
January 28th, 2012:
David Sloan Wilson
SUNY Distinguished Professor of Biology and Anthropology
February 11th, 2013:
Associate Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering and Computing & Information Science
February 18th, 2013:
Craig Eric Morris
Ph.D Candidate in Anthropology
February 25th, 2013:
The (un)changing nature of resource policies: Technological and institutional impediments to efficient hydrocarbon extraction
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
March 4th, 2013:
Professor of Religion
March 11th, 2013:
Associate Professor of Anthropology
New York University
March 18th, 2013:
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
April 8th, 2013:
Assistant Professor of Urban Weed Ecology
April 15th, 2013:
Professor & Director of NERE, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
University of California Irvine
April 22nd, 2013:
Restoring locally adapted eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica, to New York Harbor Estuary; how ‘local’ must they be?
Matthew P. Hare
Associate Professor in the Dept of Natural Resources
April 29th, 2013:
For the 2012-2013 academic year, he is co-leading a project on evolution and human nature at the Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton.
Center of Theological Inquiry