Departmental Seminars

The entomology department regularly hosts seminars during the teaching semester.
All seminars are at 12:00 PM in Russell Labs Room 150 unless otherwise noted.

Please contact either Christelle Guedot ( or Claudio Gratton ( about meeting with speakers on their visits to Madison
January 25, 2019
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February 1, 2019——————————————No seminar this week
February 8, 2019——————————————No seminar this week
February 15, 2019Amanda KoltzWashington UniversityThe Changing Structure and Function of Arthropod Food Webs in a Warming Arctic
February 22, 2019Lisa Schulte-MooreIowa StatePrairie STRIPS: from research to action
March 1, 2019Matt GarciaUW-MadisonIndividual-Based Modeling for the Migratory Phase of the Spruce Budworm Annual Life Cycle in Eastern Canada
March 8, 2019Theresa Pitts-SingerUSDA-ARS Logan UtahManaging solitary bees for U.S. agriculture
March 15, 2019Emily MinorUniversity of Illinois - ChicagoPeople, flowers, and bees in urban landscapes
March 22, 2019——————————————No seminar (Spring Break)
March 29, 2019Mike CrossleyUW-MadisonToward understanding geographic variation in Colorado potato beetle resistance to insecticides
April 5, 2019Art AgnelloCornellAmbrosia beetles: Dealing with an emergent pest in apples
April 12, 2019Elizabeth LongThe Ohio State UniversityChasing dust to reveal unexpected routes of pesticide exposure for pollinators in the landscape
April 19, 2019PJ LieschUW-MadisonLife at the Diagnostic Lab: 2,501 reasons why I loved being an entomologist in 2018
April 26, 2019Danny MinahanUW-MadisonForaging ecology of honey bees and bumble bees in a shared landscape
May 3, 2019Corrie MoreauCornell