Weekly EEES Lunch provides an opportunity for members of the EEES graduate program to receive useful feedback from their peers during all phases of academic inquiry. Presenters are encouraged to share active research- when hypotheses, experiments, analyses, and interpretations remain malleable. Although EEES Lunch is open for all to present and share, graduate students must present once a year and are expected to attend all EEES Lunches. Learn more about the Philosophy of EEESLs.
EEES Lunches are held on Tuesdays throughout the Fall, Winter and Spring terms from 12:15-1:15 PM.
Spring term 2018 location: 101 Fairchild. Grad. student coordinator for Spring term: Ashley Lang.
March 27: Morgan Peach, grad. student – Friedland lab: “Human alterations of soil ecosystems: Land-use legacies in the rural temperate forest”
April 3: Liz Studer, grad. student – Ayres lab:”From Ash to Ashes: Examining the Cascading Effects of the Loss of a Keystone Species, Fraxinus americana, from Northern Hardwood Forests”
April 10: Fiona Jevon, grad. student – Ayres lab: “Plant soil feedbacks in Quercus rubra”
April 17: Madi Gamble, grad. student – Calsbeek lab: “Sexual Conflict in Rana sylvatica”
April 24: Grant Gutierrez, grad. student – Ogden lab: “Reclaiming the Water and the Emergence of the Free-Flowing Rivers Network in Chile”
May 1: Louise Roberts, postdoc – Laidre lab: “Good good good vibrations: ecology of social vibes”
May 8: Elliott Steele, grad. student – Laidre lab: “Visual Ecology: Sensing the Social World”
May 15: Clare Doherty, grad. student – Laidre lab:“When and why animals use social information”
May 22: Ciara Kernan, grad. student – ter Hofstede lab: “Multiple receivers of complex signals”
May 29: Anne Farrell, grad. student – Zhaxybayeva lab: “Inferring the temperature of Thermotogae’s last common ancestor”