We schedule a range of seminars each semester. Speakers include School staff and invited high-profile domestic and international speakers who have expertise across diverse biological disciplines and are at varying career stages.

Students, staff, visiting academics and the public are welcome to attend. RSVPs are not required. Please check this website for updates on dates, times, Zoom links and talk information.

If you wish to be added to our seminar mailing list, email us at biolhospa@uq.edu.au.

2022 Semester 1 seminars
DateTimeRoom or Zoom linkSpeakerTopic
25 February11am139, Goddard Building (08)Nicholas Clark, UQMultiresponse ecological models
17 March11:30amZoom 88662841027Catherine Boisvert, Curtin UniversityShark hips and their development: what does sex have to do with it?
25 March11am139, Goddard Building (08)Dr. Graham StirlingHighlights of a career in plant and soil nematology
6 May11am

139, Goddard Building (08)

https://uqz.zoom.us/j/84319462661

Ricardo Soares Magalhaes, UQResearch horizons for One Health surveillance and response of environmentally driven zoonoses
13 May11am

139, Goddard Building (08)

https://uqz.zoom.us/j/87002026870

Assoc. Prof. Rod Fensham, UQFellowship of the Spring: a project to document and protect the world's oases
20 May11am

139, Goddard Building (08)

https://uqz.zoom.us/j/84901164970

Asta Audzijonyte, UTASTemperature and fish body sizes: many issues still remain
23 May3:30pm

139, Goddard Building (08)

https://uqz.zoom.us/j/84631795389

Brent Lockwood (3:30 - 4pm) and Melissa Pespeni (4pm - 4:30pm); University of Vermont

BL: Genetic and physiological mechanisms of response to environmental change;

MP: Mechanisms of resilience in the sea: Measuring adaptation and plasticity in coastal copepods

27 May11am

139, Goddard Building (08)

https://uqz.zoom.us/j/84263986667

Michael Aird, Director of UQ Anthropology MuseumFrom illustration to evidence in native title: the potential of photographs

 

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