EEB Symposium honoring Dr. Michael Rosenzweig


On Tuesday, March 7th, there will be an afternoon symposium session held on campus in honor of Dr. Michael Rosenzweig:

“Life, the Universe, Darwin, and Everything: Evolutionary Ecology in the 21st Century”.

Please see the schedule below for details on the event, which will be followed by a 4:30-5pm reception in the courtyard of the Environment and Natural Resources 2 building.

2 pm: University of Arizona Session. Agnese Nelms Haury Lecture Hall S107, ENR2

2:00-2:20  Judith Bronstein, Toward unification in the study of species interactions

2:20-2:40  Goggy Davidowitz, How one size fits all doesn’t fit anyone

2:40-3:00  Peter Chesson, AEDT: the new equilibrium for the nonequilibrium world

3:00-3:20  Larry Venable, Delayed germination in desert annuals: 50 years later

3:20 – 3:35 Coffee Break

3:35-3:55  Bill Schaffer, Perils of enrichment: Science as a Dynamical System

3:55-4:15  Rob Robichaux, Silversword and lobeliad reintroduction linked to landscape restoration on Mauna Loa and Kilauea, and its implications for plant adaptive radiation in Hawaii

4:15-4:30  Provost Andrew Comrie

4:30 – 5:00 Reception, ENR2 Courtyard