FSU Biology - FSU Biology - Colloquium series, 2022-2021

Department of Biological Science

at Florida State University

2022-2023 Seminars in Ecology and Evolution

Seminars in Ecology and Evolution meet at 4:00 p.m. on Fridays, in King Life Sciences Building room 1024. Meeting links are distributed by department email list; FSU members, subscribe at Bio-Everyone list management; non-FSU members, BioNotes. To request an individual link without subscribing to a mailing list, contact that talks host.

Fall Series

  • August 26: Video recording at: https://www.bio.fsu.edu/video/EESeminars
    Faculty Lightning Talks
    Host: Dr. Emily Lemmon

  • September 2: Dr. Brian Inouye, Department of Biological Science, Florida State University
    Ecology and Evolution new student introductions
    Host: Dr. Emily Lemmon

  • September 9: Dr. Betsy Mansfield, Stanford University, Pacific Grove, CA
    Multi-level resilience of small-scale fisheries in Baja California, Mexico
    Host: Dr. Andrew Rassweiler

  • September 16: Dr. Don Levitan, Department of Biological Science, Florida State University
    Sea urchin mass mortalities 40 years apart further threaten Caribbean coral reefs
    Host: Dr. Emily Lemmon

  • September 30: Dr. Gavin Naylor, Director, Florida Program for Shark Research, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, FL
    From global wanderer to ocean-basin homebody: changing patterns of movement in the world's white sharks
    Host: Ashley Dawdy

  • October 7: Luke Jones, Department of Biological Science, Florida State University
    Parallel artificial selection in two sister species of Drosphila: how repeatable is evolution at different biological levels
    Host: Dr. David Houle

  • October 14: Dr. Sandra Goutte, New York University
    How frogs get their stripe: genomics and evolution of a widespread color pattern in anurans
    Host: Dr. Emily Lemmon

  • October 21: Sean McCollum, Department of Biological Science, Florida State University
    Exploring global drivers of seagrass meadow organic carbon sequestration
    Host: Dr. Joel Trexler and Dr. Sophie McCoy

  • October 28: Ben Pluer, Department of Biological Science, Florida State University
    Adaptive divergence in the microbiome of the Least Killifish
    Host: Dr. Joseph Travis

  • November 4: Dr. Anna V. Longo, Department of Biology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
    Connecting the dots across scales: the need for an integrative understanding of the disease triangle for amphibian conservation
    Host: Dr. Emily Lemmon

  • November 18: Dr. Christian Commander
    Examining how sea otters influence community transition dynamics and diversity in nearshore ecosystems
    Host: Dr. Andrew Rassweiler

  • December 2: Dr. Daniela Rossoni, Department of Biological Science, Florida State University
    How do quantitative genetics enhance our understanding of morphological evolution?
    Host: Dr. David Houle

Spring Series