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Periodically throughout the semester, the department holds informal presentations by graduate students, postdoctoral associates, and faculty. These take place at private residences, usually faculty homes, on either a Monday or a Tuesday. Seminars begin at 8:00pm with snacks served at 7:30pm. Directions are typically available in the [[EEB Office]] on the day of the seminar. Schedules from previous semesters are archived [[:Category:Monday Evening Seminar|here]].
 
Periodically throughout the semester, the department holds informal presentations by graduate students, postdoctoral associates, and faculty. These take place at private residences, usually faculty homes, on either a Monday or a Tuesday. Seminars begin at 8:00pm with snacks served at 7:30pm. Directions are typically available in the [[EEB Office]] on the day of the seminar. Schedules from previous semesters are archived [[:Category:Monday Evening Seminar|here]].
  
== Fall 2007 Evening Seminars ==
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== Spring 2009 Evening Seminars ==
  
====Monday, October 22====
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==== Monday, February 2====
'''[[Thiago Rangel]]'''
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'''[[Sarah Treanor]]'''
:Simulation spatial patterns in bird species richness under niche dynamics processes
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:Evolution of an invasive species biologist
:Host: [[Bryan Connolly]]
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:Host: [[Sarah Treanor]]
 
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====Tuesday, November 13====
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'''[[Laura Cisneros]]'''
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:The ecology and behavior of monkeys in Peru and Ecuador
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:Host: [[Chris Simon]]
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====Monday, November 26====
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'''[[Kathryn Theiss]]'''
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:The demographics and genetics of Angrecoid orchids in Madagascar
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:Host: [[Kent Holsinger]]
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== Spring 2008 Evening Seminars ==
 
== Spring 2008 Evening Seminars ==

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Periodically throughout the semester, the department holds informal presentations by graduate students, postdoctoral associates, and faculty. These take place at private residences, usually faculty homes, on either a Monday or a Tuesday. Seminars begin at 8:00pm with snacks served at 7:30pm. Directions are typically available in the EEB Office on the day of the seminar. Schedules from previous semesters are archived here.

Spring 2009 Evening Seminars

Monday, February 2

Sarah Treanor

Evolution of an invasive species biologist
Host: Sarah Treanor

Spring 2008 Evening Seminars

Tuesday, January 29

Vanessa Boukili

Population dynamics of Rhopalomyia californica: further support for the Plant Vigor Hypothesis
Host: Robin Chazdon and Rob Colwell

Tuesday, February 26

Milica Ivovic

Host: Tobias Landberg


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