Zoology Seminar Series

The ZGSA organizes a seminar series every year. Researchers from different fields are nominated by faculty members in the Department of Zoology and voted by graduate students. Then they are invited to give a one-hour talk which usually takes place every other Thursday at 4:00 pm at the Life Science III Auditorium unless otherwise noted.

Coffee, cookies, and punch are offered outside the auditorium at 3:30 pm.


Fall 2011 Seminars:

6 October, The Influence of Body Size on the Structure and Function of Large Herbivore Communities, Johan du Toit, Utah State University

3 November, Intimate Ecological and Evolutionary Partners of Bats, Carl Dick, Western Kentucky University

10 November, Fish rising: New Light on the Early Evolution of the Major Vertebrate Clades, Michael Coates, University of Chicago

17 November, Elk Parturition Ecology in the Brucellosis-Endemic Area of Wyoming, Sue Fairbanks, Iowa State University