Biological Sciences Seminar Series

The Department of Biological Sciences hosts an active program of biological sciences seminars. All of our seminars are held in the ConocoPhillips Integrated Sciences Building on Fridays at 3:30 pm in CPSB 120, unless noted otherwise. Our seminar series are free and open to the public. On Fridays parking is free at UAA.

  • Spring 2018 Seminar Schedule
    Dates & Times Location Presenters Presentation
    March 1
    3:30PM-4:30PM
    LIB 307 Dr. Laura Dee
    Assistant Professor
    University of Minnesota
    Conserving Ecosystems and Their Services in a Changing and Uncertain World
    March 2
    3:30PM-4:30PM
    CPSB 120 Dr. Leslie Jones
    Program Aquatic Ecologist
    Alaska Center for Conservation Science
    The importance of stream temperature: Modeling techniques and landscape-scale applications to freshwater resource management
    March 30
    3:30PM-4:30PM
    CPSB 120 Dr. Jeanne Osnas
    Alaska Center for Conservation Science
    Divergent drivers of leaf trait variation within species, between species, and between functional groups
    April 6
    3:30PM-4:30PM
    CPSB 120 Dr. Holly Martinson
    Assistant Professor
    WWAMI School of Medical Education, UAA
    Infection, inflammation and cancer: Understanding Alaska Native cancer health disparities
    April 13
    3:30PM-4:30PM
    CPSB 120 Dr. Eric Bortz
    Assistant Professor
    Biological Sciences, UAA
    Sequencing emerging viruses on species interfaces
    April 20
    3:30PM-4:30PM
    CPSB 120 Dr. Stine Pederson
    Postdoctoral Researcher
    Colorado State University
    TBA
    April 27
    3:30PM-4:30PM
    CPSB 120 Dr. N. Thompson Hobbs
    Senior Research Scientist, Natural Resources Ecology Laboratory
    Colorado State University
    Have wolves saved the willows in Yellowstone?
    May 4
    3:30PM-4:30PM
    CPSB 120 TBA TBA
  • Location & Directions

    The ConocPhillips Integrated Science Building is located north of Providence Hospital and behind the Administration/Humanities Building.

 

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