THE ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION DEPARTMENT

AT STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY PRESENTS

OUR 2015-2016 LECTURE SERIES


 

 


September 25, Prof. Demian Chapman, Stony Brook School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, on "Fin-ale: Averting Extinction of the World's Sharks and Rays"



October 16, Prof. Christopher Gobler, Stony Brook School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, will speak on Coastal Ocean Acidification



November 20, Prof. Catherine Markham, Stony Brook University Anthropology Department, will speak on "Evolution of Social Complexity in Chimpanzees and Baboons."



February 12, Darwin Day Distinguished Lecture, Prof. David Jablonskihttp://news.uchicago.edu/profile/david-jablonski, University of Chicago, who will speak on "Mass Extinctions in the Fossil Record and Their Meaning for Today's World"



April 18, SBU Earth Day Celebration, special lecture by Environmental Defense Fund Founder Charles Wurster:How Do We Pursuade the Public to Support Saving the Environment? 

Wang Center Theater, Monday April 18, 6 P.M.


April 22, SBU Earth Day Celebration Plenary Lecture, John Warner, World-Renowned Green Chemist, will speak on: Green Chemistry: The Missing Elements.


Wang Center Theater, Friday April 22, 7:30 P.M.

 

 

 

 

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. 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)