Depar​tment Seminars​

Date/ Sponsor​ Presenter Seminar Topic
August 24

Christian Krupke
Purdue University

Costs, benefits, and unintended consequences of neonicotinoid seed treatments of corn and soybeans

August 31                    Michael Garvey 

Jeffrey Riffell
University of Washington

Neuroecology and the olfactory basis of plant-pollinator interactions
September 7
Trevor Stamper
Adrienne Brundage
Texas A&M University
CANCELED: speaker cannot get flight due to Hurrucane Harvey
September 14
Matt Ethington
Rob Mitchell
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Leading beetles by the nose: chemical ecology and olfactory genetics of the Cerambycidae
September 28
Trevor Stamper
Meaghan Pimsler
University of Alabama
Genomics in complex systems
October 5
Ian Kaplan
Rufus Isaacs
Michigan State University
Integrated crop pollination: combining strategies to bring bigger berries
October 12
Mat Dittmann
Terrence McGlynn
California State Univ Dominguez Hills
Unknown unknowns and how discoveries happen
October 19
Laramy Enders
Ana Velez
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
RNA interference for Insect Pest Management: benefits and potential risks
October 26
John Couture
Mark Hunter
University of Michigan
The phytochemical landscape: linking trophic interactions and nutrient dynamics in natural and managed ecosystems
October 27
Alberto Fereres
Insect-transmitted emerging diseases that threaten food security: lessons learned and new challenges
November 16
Laramy Enders
Clare Casteel
University of California-Davis

November 30
Ian Kaplan
Andrew Stoehr
Butler University

December 7
Doug Richmond

December 14
Lorenzo Cotrozzi
Purdue University

Seminars scheduled on Thursdays at 3:45 PM in the Roy L. Whistler Hall of Agricultural Research, Room 116.

****October 27 Osmun Award seminar in PFEN 241 - Deans Auditorium****

Refreshments at 3:15 PM unless noted otherwise. 


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