This semester’s seminar series is underway!
The first speaker, Tim Sweeney, talked about his experience working in medical technology as the Northeast Head of Health Economics and Reimbursement at LivaNova PLC.
The remaining speakers of the semester are ecologists whose integrative work ranges from physiology to modeling and evolution.
On Thursday, March 28th, at 11:30 AM in LSC 334, Colin Kremer (Yale University) will discuss his work modeling ecological dynamics in his seminar, “From beakers to ocean: microbial ecology in a changing world.”
Next, our own Chris Howey will talk on Tuesday, April 16th, at 11:30 AM in LSC 334 about his rattlesnake research, “The history and ecology of rattlesnakes in an ever-changing world.”
On Thursday, April 25th, at 11:30 AM in LSC 334, our final speaker, Beth Norman (Lacawac Biological Station), will give us a taste of aquatic ecology with “Nutrient cycling in Appalachian streams: following nitrogen from microbes through food webs.”