Fall 2012 Seminars

Unless otherwise noted, seminars start at 2:00 PM in Room 642 of the Dow Environmental Sciences and Engineering Building.

DateSpeakerInstitutionSeminar Title
Sep 7   
Sep 14John JaenikeUniversity of RochesterEvolutionary and ecological consequences of a rapid endosymbiont spread.
Sep 21Jeffery HaskinsMichigan TechKinome-Wide Functional Genomics Screen of TNFα-Induced Nuclear Accumulation of HIF-1α in Cancer Cells
Sep 28Sheng LuanUniversity of California at BerkeleySignaling Networks for Regulation of Membrane Transport in Plant Cells
Oct 5Oliver GailingSFRES, Michigan TechAdaptive genetic variation in oaks: Quantitative trait locus mapping and outlier analysis
Oct 12Laura ChavezMTU Research ExtensionStudying wetland ecosystems from space to aid in resource management.
Oct 19Randy SwatyTNC MarquetteAccounting for ecosystem alterations doubles estimates of conservation risk in the conterminous United States
Oct 26Sara C. RobinsonSFRES, Michigan Tech Living Color
Nov 2 Colleen MouwGMES/GLRC, Michigan TechBroadening the ecological context of ungulate-habitat interactions: unraveling the consequences of deer use of relict hemlock stands.
Nov 9   
Nov 16No seminar scheduled  
Nov 23   
Nov 30Moly CaveleriSFRES, Michigan TechGo big or go home: adventures in the development of a large-scale climate manipulation experiment in the tropics
Dec 7Chris WebsterSFRES, Michigan TechBroadening the ecological context of ungulate-habitat interactions: unraveling the consequences of deer use of relict hemlock stands.
Dec 14Darren P. Casey Mayo Clinic Influence of available oxygen in the regulation of skeletal muscle blood flow during exercise