Ecobreak is an informal weekly seminar for faculty and students in ecology and conservation at BGSU. It is held every Tuesday from 11:30 am to ~12:20 pm in Life Sciences 332. If you are presenting, please organize the snacks for that week. Additionally, plan to end your presentation no later than 12:15 pm, to leave time for questions.
If you want to sign-up to present, contact Dr. Kevin McCluney. All students enrolled in the course must present at least once for ~15-45 min.
|1/9/2018||Cheryl Rice||USDA NRCS and Conservation Programs that Connect with Research|
|1/30/2018||Ecology Faculty Group Meeting||Ecology Faculty Group Meeting|
|2/6/2018||Helen Michaels||Conservation Careers Video|
|2/13/2018||Audrey Maran||Research Results: It’s a prairie world out there: Arthropod predator response to habitat complexity in urban prairies|
|2/20/2018||Matt Cross||Local Conservation|
|2/27/2018||John Woloschuk||The Latitudinal Diversity Gradient: Exploring the Explanations|
|3/6/2018||Spring Break||Spring Break|
|3/13/2018||Ecology Faculty Group Meeting||Ecology Faculty Group Meeting|
|3/20/2018||1. Erica Forstater
2. Tyler Turner
| 1. Research Results: Effects of nutrients on invasive flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus) in Lake Erie diked wetlands.
2. Research Results: “Bats of the Oak Openings: Examining Activity, Diversity, and Distribution in an Agricultural Mosaic Landscape”
|3/27/2018||Melanie Marshall||Research Results: “The collective effects of wastewater effluent and individual effects of caffeine on stream biofilm”|
|4/3/2018||Audrey Maran||Improv workshop|
|4/10/2018||1. Ashley Everett2. Erin Plummer||Honors Thesis Defenses, Title TBD|