Weekly Seminar

Zoology 911 Wednesdays, 12:05-12:55pm (CT) Seminar

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Student Happy Hour is a forum where graduate students are encouraged to share new results that could spark others to revisit their own data and/or foster collaboration. We want to emphasize that these talks will be preliminary results and comments/questions should be respectful of this new format. We see this format as slightly different than our ‘feature’ seminars where our speakers tend to be professors, post docs, agency researchers, etc. sharing their often times published works.


Jan 27 – Steve Carpenter, Professor Emeritus and Center for Limnology Director, UW-Madison: Bridging Resilience Theory and Long-Term Ecosystem Data

Feb 3 – Cayelan Carey, Virginia Tech – Integrating sensor networks and simulation modeling to forecast water quality

Feb 10 – Dorothea Hug Peter, Swiss Federal Research Institute – Building Bridges and Connecting the Dots: from Conservation to Aquatic Chemistry to Invertebrate Traits to Spatial Autocorrelation to Hydrological Forecasting

Feb 17 – Claudia Benitez-Nelson, University of South Carolina – Using Elemental Composition and Stoichiometry to Explore Marine Biogeochemical Cycles

Feb 24 – Yves Prairie, University of Quebec – Methane in lakes and reservoirs: from biogeochemical processing to global emissions

March 3 – Student Happy Hour: Ashley Trudeau, Ph.D. candidate with Dr. Olaf Jensen, UW-Madison Center for Limnology – Changes in the demographics and distribution of Wisconsin anglers during the COVID-19 pandemic and Ella Schmidt, Ph.D. candidate with Dr. Hilary Dugan, UW-Madison Center for Limnology – The Ribbit-ing World of Rana sylvatica: An Analysis of Environmental Conditions during Larval Development and a Transplant of Larval Amphibians across an Environmental Gradient

March 10 – Anthony Ricciardi, McGill University – An experimental framework for understanding the impacts of aquatic invasions

March 17 – Student Happy Hour: Daniel Trovillion, M.S. candidate with Dr. Dan Preston and Angelo Cozzola, Ph.D. candidate with Dr. William Karasov, UW-Madison

March 24 – Student Happy Hour: Austin Delany, M.S. candidate with Dr. Paul Hanson, UW-Madison Center for Limnology and Patricia Tran, Ph.D. candidate with Dr. Trina McMahon and Dr. Karthik Anantharaman, UW-Madison Center for Limnology

March 31 – Carmen Cillero Castro, 3edata

April 7 – Student Happy Hour: Ben Peterson, Ph.D. candidate with Dr. Trina McMahon and Ben Martin, Ph.D. candidate with Dr. Jake Vander Zanden, UW-Madison

April 14 – Exit Seminar: Caroline Gottschalk Druschke, M.S. candidate with Dr. Emily Stanley, UW-Madison Center for Limnology

April 21 – Exit Seminar: Adrianna Gorsky, M.S. candidate with Dr. Hilary Dugan, UW-Madison Center for Limnology

April 28 – Exit Seminar: Linnea Rock, M.S. candidate with Dr. Hilary Dugan, UW-Madison Center for Limnology