Seminar title
Jan 25

Jane Hawkins

University of North Carolina

Virus Dynamics from Aids to Zika: Mathematical Tools for Modeling

Location: MSC 3709

Feb 1

Bina Nayak

Pinellas County Utilities

Scratching the Surface: What We Know – And Don’t Know – About Legionella in Premise Plumbing
Feb 8

​Jill Anderson

​University of Georgia

Local adaptation in a rapidly changing climate: Insights from field studies of the subalpine mustard, Boechera stricta
Feb 15Sandy Kawano

Darwin Day Speaker 

Feb 22

Joseph Burger

​University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Human macroecology: a science for the Anthropocene

(Patel College of Global Sustainability Candidate. seminar location Patel 136/138)

Mar 1

Catherine Gehring

Northern Arizona University

Interactions among plants and root associated fungi in the context of global change
Mar 8

  L. Lacey Knowles 

University of Michigan

(​Invited BGSO speaker)

Species Divergence Shaped by the Intersects of Ecology and Climate Change
Mar 15

Spring Break

Mar 22

Russell Hill

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Sponges and their bacterial symbionts: Nutrient cycling in the coral reef environment
Mar 29

Siobhan Watkins

New Mexico Tech

Keeping Cannabis healthy: a story about science, social work and green chile
Apr 5

Jessica Light

​Texas A&M​

Apr 12

Paulette Reneau

Florida A&M

Differential expression: Responses of Gambusia in stressful environments
Apr 19

Charles Chalfant


The role of the ceramide-1-phosphate/Group IVA phospholipase A2 interaction in inflammatory responses
Apr 26

No seminar: Reading day

USF Integrative Biology Seminars, Fall 2017

Seminar title
Aug 24

Brad Oberle

New College

The Botany of Climate Change: Global and Local perspectives
Aug 31

Catarina Lira

Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro

Genetic and epigenetic studies for plant biodiversity and conservation at JBRJ
Sept 7

Sept 14Siv Watkins
New Mexico Tech

Keeping Cannabis healthy: a story about science, social work and green chile


Sept 21

Sarah Sheffield
University of South Florida

Insights into evolutionary relationships based on reinterpretations of morphology
Sept 28

Richard Hall

University of Georgia

Are easy meals diseasy meals? Modeling the consequences of food supplementation for animal movement and infection risk
Oct 5

Ross Nehm

Stonybrook University

Student Thinking about Evolution: Concepts, Coherence, and Competence
Oct 12

Curtis Lively

Indiana University Bloomington

Through the looking glass: host-parasite coevolution and sex
Oct 19

Michael McKain

University of Alabama Tuscaloosa

Phylogenomics and genome evolution of ecologically dominant grasses
Oct 26

Raul Diaz

Southeastern Louisiana University

Evolution and development of chameleon limbs: from phylogenetic trees to climbing trees
Nov 2

Dustin Rubenstein

Columbia University

Social and genome evolution in snapping shrimp
Nov 9

Mauricio Arias

University of South Florida

Impacts of Hydrological Alterations in the Mekong Floodplain Ecosystems
Nov 16

Gordon Fox

University of South Florida

Toward a theory of landscape demography
Nov 23No seminar: Thanksgiving
Nov 30

Susan White

NC Sea Grant

Bridging Science & Society
Dec 7

George Philippidis

University of South Florida

Biology: The Renewable Resource of Energy and Materials

USF Integrative Biology Seminars, Spring 2018

Thursdays at 3:30


Prevost Lab at USF