Previous Seminars

 

SPRING QUARTER 2021


WINTER QUARTER 2021

  • January 20, Daniel Hasegawa - Landscape and Molecular Approaches for Managing Thrips and Thrips-transmitted Viruses in the Salinas Valley of California
  • January 27, Charissa deBekker - What Makes a Zombie Ant Tick? Connecting Genomes with Behavioral Phenomes in Ants, Manipulated by a Fungal Parasite
  • February 3, Shalene Jha - Plant-Insect Interactions and Ecosystem Services in the Context of Global Change
  • February 10, Estelí Jimenez-Soto - A Complex Cup of Joe: Biodiversity, Pest Control and Political Ecologies in Mexican Coffee Agroforests
  • February 17, Brian Weiss - Metabolic Complementation Between Members of the Tsetse Fly Holobiont
  • February 24, Jessica Kansman - To be an Aphid in a Cruel World: How Abiotic and Biotic Stressors Influence Plant-Insect Interactions
  • March 3, Monika Gulia-Nuss - Pending (Her research program investigates the fundamental questions related to vector biology and vector-parasite interaction. She is particularly interested in aspects of invertebrate reproductive physiology, nutrient allocation, and vector competence and population genomics)
  • March 10, Romina Rader - Pending (Her research deals with community ecology in agroecosystems)

FALL QUARTER 2020


SPRING QUARTER 2020

  • CANCELLED

WINTER QUARTER 2020


FALL QUARTER 2019