Seminars & Colloquium

Spring 2018 Colloquium

All colloquium will be on Mondays at NOON in FSHN 354 unless otherwise noted.

January 15 — Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday (University Holiday)

January 22 — Bev Gerdeman, Washington State University – Mt. Vernon

January 29 — Laura Lavine, Washington State University, “Life History Trade-offs and Phenotypically Plastic Trait Evolutions in Insects”

February 5 — Betsy Beers, Washington State University – Wenatchee, “The Acarine Bermuda Triangle: Mites, Resistance, and Non-Target Effects”

February 12 — Rob Clark, Postdoc in Crowder’s Lab, Washington State University

February 19 — President’s Day

February 26 — Claudio Gratton, Department of Entomology, University of Wisconsin

March 5 — Student Choice Speaker: Jose Sierra, Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Guatemala City

March 12 — Spring Break

March 21 — (WEDNESDAY) Megan Asche, MS student in Sheppard Lab, “An Evaluation of hygenic behavior and flight performance comparing different strains of honey bees”

March 26 — Alix Whitener, PhD student in Beers, ” Behavior and integrated pest management of Dorsophilia Suzukii (Matsumura) (Diptera Drosophilidae) in central Washignton sweet cherry”

April 9 — Michael Strickland, Department of Soil and Water Systems, University of Idaho, “Ecosystem processes in the age of antibiotics”

April 18 — 5:30 p.m. E. Paul Catts Memorial Speaker, Rufus Isaacs, Department of Entomology, Michigan State University

April 19 — 11 a.m. E. Paul Catts Memorial SpeakerRufus Isaacs, Department of Entomology, Michigan State University

April 23 — Ginger Carney, Dean of College of Science and Department of Biology, University of Idaho