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.
|Jan 26, 2018||Dr. Joshua Benoit||University of Cincinnati||"Dehydration as a driver for shifts in the physiology and behavior of arthropod disease vectors"|
|Jan 30, 2018 |
4:00 - 5:00 PM
104 Russell Labs
|Dr. Andrew Hall||The Broad Institute|
(Harvard and MIT)
|"A male-determining factor in the mosquito Aedes aegypti"|
|Feb 2, 2018||Dr. Alison Bennett||Ohio State University||"Microbial mediation of plant-insect interactions: Two case studies"|
|Feb 9, 2018||Dr. Kerri Coon||University of Texas at Austin||“Gut microbial diversity and function in mosquitoes”|
|Feb 16, 2018||Dr. Charles Mason||Penn State University||" The Asian longhorned beetle, its microbial partners, and their interactions with host plants"|
|Feb 23, 2018||Dr. Ben Zuckerberg||UW-Madison FWE||"Wintering Birds as Sentinels of Climate Change "|
|March 2, 2018||Dr. Jennifer Angus||UW-Madison||"Arranging Nature"|
|March 9, 2018||Dr. Walt Goodman||UW-Madison, Entomology||"Hauling Hormones: Forty Years on the Road ."|
|March 16, 2018||Dr. Matthew McCary||UW Ento||"The impacts of an invasive plant on the soil fungal-based food web"|
|March 23, 2018||NCB ESA Meeting|
|April 6, 2018||Dr. Benjamin Jaffe||UW Entomology||"Pickles and Ice cream! Working towards improved spotted-wing drosophila management"|
|April 13, 2018||Dr. Cesar Rodriguez-Saona||Rutgers U||"Manipulation of natural enemies with plant volatiles: Is it a good idea?"|
|April 20, 2018||Dr. Umut Toprak||Dept. of Plant Protection, Ankara University, Turkey||"The Insect Peritrophic Matrix: Structure, Functions and its Potential
as a Target Site in Pest Control"
|April 27, 2018||Dr. Shawn Steffan||UW Entomology||"Terrestrial trophic ecology in Wisconsin: Illuminating the ‘black box’ of brown food-webs"|
|May 4, 2018||PJ Liesch||UW Entomology||The Good, the Bad, and the Bizarre: 2017 Cases from the Insect Diagnostic Lab|
|May 11, 2018||Natalie Eisner||UW Entomology||MS defense: "From theory to application: Mating disruption of Wisconsin cranberry pests "|