Summer Research Seminars

Unless otherwise noted, seminars take place at 6 PM.  Some will be hosted via Zoom and some will be in-person.

Members of the public who wish to attend should register here

2022 Summer Series

Date Speaker  Institution   Format Topic
June 1, 6:00 PM Fhallon Ware-Gillmore Penn State University Zoom Exploring the role of thermal performance in dengue virus transmission by the mosquito, Aedes aegypti, in a changing climate
June 8, 6:00 PM Jalyse Cuff U Miami Zoom Co-production in climate adaptation strategies in small island developing states (SIDS) of the Caribbean region
June 15, 6:00 PM Michael Zimmerman Shenandoah University In Person The role of parasites in the maintenance of the evolutionarily stable system in Bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus) 
June 22, 6:00 PM Bruce Robertson Bard College Zoom Birds use polarized light to locate food and water
June 29, 6:00 PM Fred Nelson UC Davis Zoom Pressed or stressed? Insights into multiple and overlapping life history stages from the passerine white-crowned sparrow (Zonotrichia leucophrys) 
July 6, 6:00 PM Jonathan Lefcheck Smithsonian In Person The green and the blue:  how coastal ecosystems are advancing ecology, helping society, and saving the planet
July 13, 6:00 PM Dylan Parry SUNY ESF In Person Of man and moths: divergent patterns in three historical invasions
July 20, 6:00 PM David Bowne Elizabethtown College In Person Digging up the past to improve the future: Benefits of floodplain wetland restoration on biodiversity
July 27, 6:00 PM Rea Manderino Oak Spring Garden Foundation In Person Managing the Invasive Spongy Moth: Historic Endeavors and Long-term Consequences (Lymantria dispar)