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| 25th Feb || Chris || Stats philosophy II: Information-theoretic methods || Reading to come; OK to move to another day
| 25th Feb || Chris || Stats philosophy II: Information-theoretic methods || [http://faculty.washington.edu/skalski/classes/QERM597/papers_xtra/Johnson_and_Omland.pdf Johnson and Omland 2004], plus (optional) [http://research.amnh.org/~rfr/stephensetal05.pdf Stephens et al. 2005]
| 3rd Mar || Trina || Area Sensitivity Review/Feedback|| Draft to come
| 3rd Mar || Trina || Area Sensitivity Review/Feedback|| Draft to come

Revision as of 22:15, 19 February 2008

EEB 396: Invest Sp Topics

This page lists weekly meetings of the Rubega/Elphick labs. Students (grads and undergrads) who are working in our labs and who are able to attend on a regular basis should sign up for 1 credit to participate in this class. If you need a permission number, please contact Margaret or Chris (depending on who your adviser is).

Meeting time: Mondays 3:30-5

Location: BioPharmacy 3rd floor fish bowl (PBB 303)

All graduate students should present some aspect of their work (ideas, proposals, data, manuscripts, talks, etc.) at least once a semester. Undergraduates doing research should also present their work for discussion whenever appropriate. If you have other ideas for things worth discussion (especially relating to professional development, please talk to Margaret or Chris). Past topics that we have discussed include: how to put together a CV for grad schools/job applications, ethics in research, how to write proposals, the mechanics of managing research funds, etc., etc.

Graduate students can sign up to present by logging in to EEBedia and just editing this page. Undergraduates should talk to Margaret or Chris.

If there is a published paper to read when you present please put in a link to it. Note, that the actual papers probably will not be accessible unless you are on a computer connected to the UConn network (you can connect from any computer using uconn vpn and your netID).

If the date you want is already taken and it says in the notes that it is OK to switch to another date, go ahead and do so (but don't switch someone to a date when they say they will not be there .. and double-check with them that the switch is OK).

Here's the link to the newly created Article Page (Updated Nov 27.) and the journal tracking page for our lab.

Week of: Who Topic Notes
28th Jan
4th Feb Chris Stats philosophy I: What's wrong with P-values? Reading: Johnson 1999
11th Feb Milica spatiotemporal orientation programs in bird migration
18th Feb Margaret/Chris Gender in ecology Readings from BES Bulletin (copies in both labs; no e-version)
25th Feb Chris Stats philosophy II: Information-theoretic methods Johnson and Omland 2004, plus (optional) Stephens et al. 2005
3rd Mar Trina Area Sensitivity Review/Feedback Draft to come
17th Mar Margaret and Tanner Chimney swift project discussion
24th Mar Chris Stats philosophy III: Application of stats theory Gjerdrum et al. 2008; OK to move to another day
31st Mar Sue Proposal progress
7th Apr Jason Movement paper or EBBA presentation practice or practicing defense
14th Apr Brian More on cadmium in woodcock
21st Apr Nancy Spatio-temporal modeling of starling, autumn olive, and Oriental bittersweet range expansions
28th Apr Patrick Nestedness of wetland birds in row crop Draft paper to come