Seminar Schedule

Seminars are held on Thursdays at 4 p.m. in Henson 243 unless otherwise indicated. Please join us for pre-seminar coffee and cookies at 3:30 p.m. in Henson 213. For more info, please contact Dr. Ann Barse.

Spring Semester Seminars

Date Speaker Title/Topic Host
Jan. 31 - No seminar - Faculty Meeting: 3:00-5:00 -
Feb. 7 Rebecca Asch, East Carolina University Climate change, fish reproduction, and shifts in seasonality – What will the future hold? Ann Barse
Friday, Feb. 8
2:00 PM in HS 243
Scott Bowdridge
West Virginia University
Mechanisms of Immunity to Gastrointestinal Parasites in Sheep? Kimberly Hunter
Feb. 14 Chelsea Berns (Dept. of Biological Sciences) and Steven Binz (Dept. of Physics) The promise of Augmented Reality in Biology Education and Research Victor Miriel
Feb. 21 Katrina Lohan, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Title: Examining the Natural and Anthropogenic Drivers Affecting Host-Parasite Interactions in Marine Systems; Topic: Marine Parasitology Ann Barse
Feb. 28 Patti Erickson -
Salisbury University
Title TBA Ann Barse
March 7 Michelle Goettge,
Manus Bio
Title - TBA
Topic: The biosynthesis of natural products by microbes
Michael Carter
March 14 Ian Shelley,
Collection Manager/Registrar, Salisbury Zoo
The Andean Bear in Ecuador: Saving a Forgotten Endangered Species Mary Roman Gunther
March 28 Sanjay Vashee,
J Craig Venter Institute
Synthetic Biology Patti Erickson
April 4 James White,
Rutgers University
Rhizophagy Mark Holland
April 11 Eaqan Chaudhry, Derek Coss, and Hannah Small

Biology Graduate students
Salisbury University
Salamanders, Soundscapes, and Spotted Turtles: Conservation, Communication, and Creative Alliteration Dana Price
April 18 Edward Eisenstein - Mark Holland
April 25 William Gough,
Master's Thesis Defense Seminar
- Gene Williams
Tuesday, April 30 at 4:00 PM Rosalind Ludovici, Master's Thesis Defense Seminar TBA Kimberly Hunter and Ryan Taylor
May 2 Heather Cunningham, Chesapeake College Highlights from the Maryland Amphibian and Reptile Atlas Kim Quillin
May 9 Dan Kurtz, Utica College Understanding Peri-Receptor Events in Olfactory and the Diagnosis of Olfactory Pathology Chelsea Berns