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Spring 2021 Entomology Seminars

Please contact Matt Bertone (matt_bertone@ncsu.edu) with any questions about Entomology seminars.

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Spring 2021 Entomology Seminars

DateSpeakerAffiliationTitle
1/11Jessica WareAmerican Museum of Natural HistoryMike Duke Seminar
1/18MLK Day--
1/25Sylvain PincebourdeCNRS Insect Biology Research InstituteThe role of microclimates in climate change responses of ectotherms
2/1Molly Duman ScheelIndiana University School of MedicineDeveloping Integrated RNAi Mosquito Control Programs
2/8Sarah KnutieUniversity of ConnecticutFinch in a pinch: effects of environmental change on endemic birds in the Galapagos Islands
2/15Maru GonzalezNCSULet's Talk about Race & Racism: Setting the Foundation for Healthy Conversations
2/22Heidi LiereSeattle UniversityInsect-mediated ecosystem services in urban community gardens
3/1[Rescheduled for 3/15]--
3/8Sally TaylorVirginia Tech UniversityHoney bee forage preferences and potential pesticide exposure in row crops
3/15Chris BassUniversity of ExeterThe molecular innovations underlying resistance to natural and synthetic xenobiotics in the aphid Myzus persicae
3/22Zakee SabreeThe Ohio State UniversityModeling how gut microbes are integral to normal host growth and development
3/29Russell GrovesUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonImproved risk predictions for the timing of Potato virus Y transmission and disease management
4/5Priyanka MittapellyUSDA APHISMolecular interactions of brown marmorated stink bug with its bacterial endosymbiont
4/12Chris HamiltonUniversity of IdahoUnderstanding Aphonopelma diversity across the Madrean Pine-Oak Woodlands Hotspot by integrating Western science and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK)
4/19Nate HardyAuburn UniversityThe evolutionary ecology of herbivorous insects
4/26Michael PoulsonUniversity of CopenhagenThe chemical ecology of the fungus-farming termite symbiosis