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Research Design in the Study of Animal Social Behavior, hosted by Mike Webster

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. 

Tuesdays, 12:25-1:15 p.m. virtually

To schedule a date, contact Jaclene Weston


Spring 2021:

Date Speaker Possible Topic
February 9 Mike Webster Organizational and Open Discussion
February 16 All Rose, bud and thorn catch-up
February 23 Andrew Legan Evolution and function of chemical phenotypes of wasps
March 2 Madelyn Ore Environmental Variation across a Range
March 9 No Class - Wellness Day  
March 16 Christopher Tarango Pondering the evolution and function of a newly discovered duet
March 23 Caitlin Miller

NBB Diversity and Inclusion Weekend

March 30 No Class  
April 6 Rob Raguso Preparing for Field Research
April 13 No Class  
April 20 Phoebe Koenig How much venom should an ant produce?
April 27 Andrea Roeser Joint neural control of communicative vocalizations and gestures in parrots
May 4 Colleen Poje Multi-female social groups in Variegated Fairy-wrens
May 11 Kern Reeve Artificial Intelligence and the study of animal behavior