Biology Dept. Seminars & Events

List of Fall quarter seminars: including the professor, date, title of the talk

Upcoming Events

Next Wednesday (9/30) WWU Professor, Shawn Arellano, will be presenting the talk "Navigating uncertain seas: Impacts of early life-history traits on the ranges of marine animals". For more information on Shawn's research, go to: https://wp.wwu.edu/arellanolab/  Anyone interested in attending the seminar can email riemanh@wwu.edu for the Zoom link.

All Seminars are 4-5 PM on Wednesdays.

For those interested in attending any Biology seminar, please reach out via email (riemanh@wwu.edu) to receive the Zoom link.

Seminar List

 **BIOLOGY SEMINARS ARE HELD VIA ZOOM AT 4:00 PM UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED**

Sept. 23: Genetic & molecular mechanisms of natural variation in protein expression

Dan Pollard, Assistant Professor, Biology Department, WWU

 

Sept. 30: TBA

Shawn Arellano, Assistant Professor, Biology Department, WWU  

 

Oct.7: Planktonic interactions in a sea of change

Brady Olson, Assistant Professor, Biology Department, WWU

 

Oct. 14: NO SEMINAR       

 

Oct. 21: Anticipating and planning for climate-driven species movements

Joshua Lawlor, Denman Professor of Sustainable Resource Sciences, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington
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Hosted jointly with the Koma Kulshan chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society

 

Oct. 28: How to Maximize Opportunity and Advising in Your Major

(Workshop for Biology Phase II Biology Majors)

                       

Nov. 4: TBA (Topic: Mathematics in the Biology Curriculum)

Stephanie Hampton

                                                                                                           

Nov. 1: TBA (Tpoic: Ecology)

Erika Zavalota, Post-doc, Biology Department, University of California, Santa Cruz

 

Nov. 18: In hot water: Coral and fish responses to marine heatwaves

Julia Baum, Professor, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia

           

Dec. 2: Modulation of host immunity by gut-dwelling helminths and the bacterial Microbiota

Lisa Reynolds, Assistant Professor, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia

To be announced.

To be announced.