Last updated April 1, 2024.

Weekly Applied Ecology Seminars

Applied Ecology will host weekly, in-person seminars in David Clark Labs 102 every Thursday from 4-5 pm, unless otherwise noted. Seminars are being organized by David Tarpy and Becky Irwin. Please contact them with any questions or requests.

The schedule of speakers is:

01-11Carol Seals PriceCMASTThe Changing Role of Zoos and Aquariums in Conservation
01-25Kenzie PereiraApplied EcologyFrom slime to scales: using ecoimmunology to understand variation in disease severity among individuals, species, and populations
02-01Stacy ZhangMEASEcological partnerships in marine community restoration
02-08Lily HughesNC Museum of Natural ScienceTBA
02-15Seema ShethPMBPlant ecological and evolutionary responses to climate in space and time
02-22Traci VoglesHistoryEnvironment, justice, and history: perspectives on ecological thought from the humanities
02-29Joseph A. CoviUNCWOut of sight, out of mind: protecting dormant organisms in the Anthropocene
03-07Olav RueppellAlbertaIndividual Life History Evolution in the Eusocial Context of Superorganisms
03-14SPRING BREAK*no seminar - happy break!*
03-21Eric PostUC DavisHow large herbivores might slow or reverse warming-related declines in arctic tundra plant diversity, with implications for re-wilding
03-28Marla SpivakMinnesotaHoney Bees have Socialized Health Care
04-04Rachelle AdamsOhio StateIntegrative Evolution: The illumination of symbiotic ant systems
Friday, noon-1p.m.
Fox 104
Jim ElserUniversity of MontanaAdventures in Extreme Stoichiometry
Thursday, 4-5 p.m.
North Carolina State University Club
4200 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, NC 27606
Harry GreeneCornellRe-wilding the Earth,
Re-wilding Our Lives
04-18Michelle KirchnerApplied EcologyArboreal ants