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Lunch Bunch

Research Design in the Study of Animal Social Behavior

Kern Reeve

A weekly discussion group for the evaluation of ongoing research projects - not necessarily finished products - in areas related to animal behavior.

Neurobiology and Behavior graduate students studying animal behavior are encouraged to sign up to present once every year, especially those students in their second year and beyond. Students, post-docs and faculty from any field are welcome to both present and attend.

Spring 2014

Tuesdays, 12:20-1:30 PM, W358 Mudd Hall
To schedule a date, contact (Saundra Anderson)

Possible Topic
January 21 Kern Reeve NO MEETING
January 28 Howard Howland Experiments on Image Segmentation or how we tell the cat from the chair it sits on
February 4 Sandy Vehrencamp Territorial negotiation in banded wrens
February 11 David Peck Sterilizing STDs: experiments with Chlamydia muridarum in the laboratory mouse and future directions
February 18 FEBRUARY BREAK  
February 25 Canceled  
March 4 Kevin Loope Does social organization affect chemical cue diversity in social wasps?
March 11 Daniel Baldasarre - MORISON ROOM
Defense seminar: sexual selection and speciation in the red-backed fairy-wren
March 18 Glenn Stamps Chemical Communication in Hawaiian Crickets
March 25 Geoff Broadhead Sensory Aspects of Pollination
April 8 Joe Welklin Deciphering the importance of physiological and social costs in Red-backed Fairy-wren plumage expression
April 15 Joel Tripp Mechanisms of Alternative Mating Tactics in Toadfish
April 22 Maria Modanu  
April 29 Derrick Thrasher  
May 6 Jenélle Dowling Vocal behavior and male mating strategy in the Red-backed Fairy-wren

Previous Semester Schedules
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