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CAES Seminar Series



2016-2017 SCHEDULE


2016

1.  Wednesday, September 28, 2016--Dr. Jeffrey Ward, Department of Forestry and Horticulture, CAES, "Roadside Forest Management: Tree-by-Tree" (PDF Format)

2.  Wednesday, October 19, 2016--Mr. Gregory Bugbee, Department of Environmental Sciences, CAES, "Invasive Aquatic Plants-The State of the State" (PDF Format)

3.  Thursday, October 27, 2016--Dr. Leslie Brandt, Northern Institute of Applied Climate Sciences, U.S. Forest Service, "A Framework for Adapting Forests and Agricultural Resources of Climate Change" (PDF Format)

4.  Wednesday, November 2, 2016--Dr. Claire RutledgeDepartment of Entomology, CAES, “Biosurveillance, Detecting an Alien Invasive Beetle Using a Native Wasp” (PDF Format)

5.  Wednesday, November 9, 2016--Dr. Jeffrey Powell, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Yale University, "Population Genetics to Understand and Control Vectors: Aedes aegypti, a Case Study" (PDF Format)

   

6.  Wednesday, November 17, 2016--Dr. Katja Maurer, Valley Laboratory, CAES, “Hops – A New Crop for Connecticut” (PDF Format)

7.  Wednesday, December 7, 2016--Dr. Lindsay Triplett, Department of Plant Pathology & Ecology, CAES, "American Heirloom: Looking to a Heritage Crop for Solutions to Modern Agricultural Problems" (PDF Format)

8.  Wednesday, December 21, 2016-- Prof. Baoshan Xing, Stockbridge School of Agriculture, University of Massachusetts, “Engineered Nanomaterials in the Environment” (PDF Format)

2017

9.  Wednesday, January 4, 2017--Dr. Nichole Broderick, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, The Institute of Systems Genomics at the University of Connecticut, “The Microbiome in Health and Disease: Using a Fly Model to Understand Host-microbe Interactions” (PDF Format)

10.  Wednesday, January 18, 2017--Dr. Robert Marra, Department of Plant Pathology & Ecology, CAES, "Accounting for decay and carbon loss in trees: a novel and nondestructive approach using tomography" (PDF Format)

11.  Wednesday, February 1, 2017--Dr. Lawrence F. Gall, Head, Computer Systems Office and Entomology Collections Manager, Peabody Museum of Natural History, “Of Moths, Museums, and Digitization” (PDF Format)

12.  Wednesday, February 15, 2017--Dr. Richard Cowles, Valley Laboratory, CAES, “Neonicotinoids and Honeybees” (PDF Format)

13.  Wednesday, March 1, 2017--Dr. Donald Aylor, Department of Pathology and Ecology, CAES, "A Biophysical Framework for Modeling Aerial Dispersal of Plant Pathogens"    

14.  Wednesday, March 15, 2017--Dr. Walter Krol, Department of Analytical Chemistry, CAES, “Pesticide Residues in Food Sold in Connecticut: The Road to Gaining ISO Accreditation”

15. Friday, March 17, 2017--Comm. Steven Reviczky, Connecticut Department of Agriculture, "Agriculture in Connecticut"

16. Wednesday, March 29, 2017--Prof. Beth Lawrence, Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, Center for Environmental Science & Engineering, University of Connecticut, Storrs, "Impacts of Invasive Cattail (Typha x glauca) Management on Wetland Ecosystems Services"

17.  Wednesday, April 12, 2017--Dr. Gale Ridge, Department of Entomology, CAES, “The Maligned Human Bed Bug: A Masterpiece in Adaptation and Survival”

18.  Wednesday, April 26, 2017--Dr. Zheng Wang, Yale University, “Traffic lights to fungal sex–toward systems biology of the asexual-sexual switch in fungi”

19.  Wednesday, May 10, 2017--Dr. Craig Brodersen, Assistant Professor of Plant Physiological Ecology, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, title TBA

20.  Wednesday, May 24, 2017--Prof. Julia Kuzovkina, Department of Plant Science, University of Connecticut, “Willows Beyond Wetlands: Uses of Salix L. Species for Ecosystem Services”



2015-2016 SCHEDULE


2015

1.—Wednesday, October 7--Dr. Quan Zeng, Dept. of Plant Pathology and Ecology, CAES, "Using comparative genomics approaches to understand an emerging turf grass disease: what questions can we ask and what do we learn?" (PDF Format)

2.—Wednesday, October 21--Dr. Luca Pagano, Dept. of Life Sciences, University of Parma, Parma, Italy, "Functional toxicogenomics of metal-based nanoparticles in model organisms" (PDF Format)

3.—Wednesday, November 4--Dr. Lili He, Dept. of Food Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, "Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy: a next generation analytical tool for detection and characterization of nanoparticle contaminants" (PDF Format)

 

4.—Wednesday, November 25--Dr. Neil Schultes, Dept. of Plant Pathology and Ecology, CAES, "Purine and pyrimidine transporters in plants and select microbes" (PDF Format)

 

5.—Wednesday, December 9--Dr. Elizabeth Roberts, Southern Connecticut State University, “Fungi, fescue, and a tripartitemicrobial mutualism” (PDF Format)


2016

 

6.—Wednesday, January 6--Dr. Victoria L. Smith, Dept. of Entomology, CAES, “Inspection, registration, and early detection:activities of the Office of the State Entomologist” (PDF Format)


7.—Wednesday, January 13--Dr. Kirby C. Stafford III, Dept. of Entomology, CAES, "The birth of an idea: a history of the first agricultural experiment station--CAES" (Flyer, PDF Format) (Full Presentation, PDF Format)

 

8.—Wednesday, January 27--Dr. Peter J. Krause, Senior Research Scientist, Dept. of Epidemiology and Public Health, Yale School of Medicine, “Emerging tick-borne infections: Babesiosis and hard tick relapsing fever” (PDF Format)

 

9.—Wednesday, February 17--Dr. Jeffrey Ward, Dept. of Forestry and Horticulture, CAES, “Mixing applied and basic research—crop tree management” (PDF Format)

 

10.—Wednesday, March 9--Dr. Adriana Arango-Velez, Dept. of Forestry and Horticulture, CAES, “Environmental challenges and trees…who wins the battle?” (PDF Format)

 

11.—Wednesday, March 30--Dr. Richard Cowles, Valley Laboratory, CAES, “Against the wind: challenges in applying behavioral manipulation to manage spotted wing drosophila” (PDF Format)

 

12.—Wednesday, April 13--Dr. Sam Telford, Tufts University, “Emergence, expansion, and changes in the frequency of vector-borne diseases in the US” (PDF Format)


13.—Wednesday, April 20--Dr. Anthony DeNicola, White Buffalo, “Can tick-associated disease risks be mitigated through deer management?” (PDF Format)

 

14.—Wednesday, April 27--Dr. Doug Brackney, Dept. of Environmental Sciences, CAES, “Genetic bottlenecks, RNAi-mediated diversification and selective constraints collectively influence the evolution of Powassan virus" (PDF Format)

 

15.—Tuesday, May 10-- Dr. Blaire Steven, Dept. of Environmental Sciences, CAES, A microbial ecological perspective on sudden vegetation dieback in coastal wetlands” (PDF Format)

 

16.—Wednesday, May 25-- Paula Schenck, M.P.H., Director, Indoor Environments and Health Programs, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, UConn Health Center, “Mold Exposure and health: Why has it become more of a concern? What does exposure mean to health? What have we learned about added risks, as communities recover from catastrophic weather?" (PDF Format)





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