Research In Progress (RIP) Seminar Series – Fall 2020
Our RIP series is designed to give up-and-coming biologists a chance to practice their presentation skills in a formal, but friendly environment. RIP speakers consist of both invited speakers and students within the Biology department. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the RIP series will be held online. Please contact Robert Driver for details.
|August 17, 2020
|Who Runs the Pool? Impacts of Aggression in an All-Female Lineage of Salamanders
|August 31, 2020
|Cody Kent, Ph.D.
|University of Maryland/USGS Patuxent Lab
|Niche Partitioning and Interspecific competition in Warblers
|September 14, 2020
|University of Washington
|Restoration Effectiveness of Living Shorelines in the Salish Sea
|September 21, 2020
|Jeremy (JJ) Lomax
|Chew on this: ruminations on research and fish feeding
|September 28, 2020
|UNC Chapel Hill
|My world's on fire, how 'bout yours? How high temperature stress alters the outcome of a host-parasitoid interaction
|October 5, 2020
|A mouse model of Cepacia syndrome to study Burkholderia cenocepacia pathogenesis
|October 12, 2020
|Alexander Lowe, Ph.D.
|Exploring an Ecosystem-Based Approach to Coastal Ocean Acidification
|October 19, 2020
|Jonelle Basso, Ph.D.
|DOE Joint Genome Institute, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
|Optimizing Microbial Colonization of Plants
|October 26, 2020
|University of Tennessee, Knoxville
|Novel Techniques for Surveillance and Control of La Crosse Virus Vectors
|November 2, 2020
|University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
|What can we learn from spatiotemporal sampling of a non-native species?
|November 9, 2020
|Matthew McCarthy, Ph.D.
|Oak Ridge National Laboratory
|Remote Sensing for Coastal Research: Hurricanes, Sea-Level Rise, and Supercomputers
|November 16, 2020
|University of California Santa Barbara
|Higher Impact Research through Community Engagement