THE ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION DEPARTMENT
AT STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY PRESENTS
OUR 2019-2020 LECTURE SERIES


 

 

  SPECIAL FALL CELEBRATION

 

VON HUMBOLDT

  A CELEBRATION OF NATURE

                                CELEBRATING THE 250TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT

 


September 20, 7:30 P.M. Patricia Wright, Founder Center ValBio, Madagascar, MacArthur Genius Fellow, Renowned Conservationist, "My Love of Nature: Doing My Best to Save it From Extinction"



October 11, 7:30 P.M. Douglas Futuyma, Distinguished Professor, Stony Brook University, and World-Renowned Evolutionary Biologist, "World Birding: Travels and Reflections of an Evolutionary Biologist"




November 15, 7:30 P.M. Carl Safina, Conservationist, MacArthur Genius Fellow, and Director of the Safina Center, Stony Brook University. "What Animals Think and Feel"




FEBRUARY 14, DARWIN DAY LECTURE, Dr. Jeroen Smaers, Professor of Anthropology, Stony Brook University, "The Evolution of the Brain and Intelligence"



 

April 24, Special Earth Day Lecture to be announced 


 

  Our colleagues in the Science Open Nights Consortium have exciting lecture series in other areas of science and environment:

Astronomy Open Nights

Geology Open Nights

The Worlds of Physics

 

Unless otherwise noted, all events are in the Earth and Space Sciences Lecture Hall 001. You can park for free in the parking lots on the west side of the ESS building. Campus map is here (ESS is in C5)