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Online Ecology Seminars November 23rd - 30th
Early Career Researchers Speaking Opportunity (Application deadline: January 15th, 2021)
The Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology Dept @ ISU is inviting nominations (including self) from diverse early career scientists to speak in our seminar series. Send a CV & abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan. 15 for seminars beginning in April '21
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Lorelei Patrick, assistant professor at Fort Hays State University, will present "Building Excellence in Scientific Teaching: What is the BEST Way to Train Teaching Assistants in STEM?" as part of the Division of Biology Seminar Series at 3:30 pm, Nov. 23
This week's Biology Seminar Series is Ehab Abouheif with his talk, "What Soldier and Supersoldier Ants Teach Us About Development and Evolution". This Tuesday at 5pm via Zoom!
Tomorrow in our : will talk about "Searching for moving hybrid zones in amphibian species with big genomes". Don't miss her talk! Full programme of EvE Seminar: uni-tuebingen.de/de/198547
Join us for a 3-day seminar series on Conservation & Sustainable Use of Marine Biological Diversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction starting 23 Nov. Register here for day 1: zoom.us/webinar/regist… Day 2: zoom.us/webinar/regist… Day 3: zoom.us/webinar/regist…
Seminar announcement: Correy Hildebrand will be giving a seminar titled "Scientific Expert Testimony and Consulting in Entomology" on Tuesday, 11.24.2020 at 3:00 CST. Zoom Link: z.umn.edu/5xu8 To obtain password, please email alindsey [at] umn. edu.
Join the Webinar on "Community participation in the Conservation of River Dolphins" tomorrow, 24th November at 10:30 AM, as we celebrate the International Freshwater Dolphin Day 2020.
Free Webinar | Here Today, Gone Forever, Plant Extinction Now and Conservation Strategies for Tomorrow | NYBG | Tue Nov 24th 11:00am - 12:30pm (EST) buff.ly/38VkCEH Browse our Calendar to find similar events and submit your own buff.ly/2T9VxdG
Next Tuesday (Nov 24 at 12 pm ET) we will hear from Dr. Guill McIvor and Dr. Elizabeth Archie. Join us via Zoom: duke.zoom.us/j/96479400387 or YouTube: youtu.be/SNCEO34j1v8
is hosting a webinar on the 24th Nov at 1600 (GMT+2) to discuss three case studies from Ghana, Kenya and South Africa that will feature in their State of the Wildlife Economy in Africa, due for release next year. Register here: buff.ly/36HKLnM
This Tuesday Kay Holekamp will present her work about social organisation in spotted hyenas and discuss how and why this complex, monkey-like society emerged during the evolution of Hyaenidae. Join us on Youtube to get a LIVE notification！youtube.com/watch?v=xAaXAf…
Set the reminder at youtu.be/Lo8ZnxQJa6E for seminar (tues, 24th Nov 4pm GMT) by on increasing local community engagement and its expertise to protect and their habitats in ✍️🐒
1 week away from 'Islands - outstanding biodiversity in peril' by José María Fernández-Palacios! Join us for this free webinar 4 pm (UTC) next Wed., November 25, 2020 as part of the Funk Lecture Series on Biogeography biogeography.org/what-we-offer/… Register at us02web.zoom.us/webinar/regist…
ACE 🇿🇦 invites you to participate in the Webinar🌐: "Inside bones and teeth: deciphering the biology of extinct animals under a microscope" 🗣: Dr. Carmen Nacarino-Meneses Details 👇👇
Our last 🦇🦇 for 2020! Don't miss out on this great talk, learning about and in . Don't forget to register by Tuesday (24th November) if you haven't already.
Next week at 12pm GMT will be giving a seminar on: “Scaling plant responses to disturbances in the Anthropocene: from individuals, to populations, to ecosystem services” to celebrate International Year of Plant Health! Link: zoo.ox.ac.uk/event/scaling-…
Our penultimate lecture for 2020: Dr will speak about the evolution and adaptation of on Thursday 26 Nov at 12:00 ACST. Live and live-streamed video.flinders.edu.au/events20/20/Ec…
CIE's Wild Webinars - How to feed 10 billion people without wrecking the 🌏 by Alfred Deakin Prof . FREE Webinar - Thur 26th Nov @ 7-8 pm. Registration now open 👇 Please RT. deakin.zoom.us/webinar/regist…