3:30 - 4:30pm, Thursdays, Online Zoom Meeting unless otherwise noted*
- contact andrew.doust@okstate.edu for more information -


January 21st, 2021
Welcome Back Meeting, Safety Seminar by Chris Wood, Host: Dr. Andrew Doust
"Things to know about the COVID-19 vaccine"

January 28th, 2021
Jenn Coughlan, University of North Carolina, Host: Dr. Eric LoPresti
"Speciation and Hybridization in Mimulus"

February 4th, 2021
Josh Widhalm, Purdue University, Host: Dr. Heejin Yoo
"Investigating the metabolic origins of specialized plant quinones"

February 11th, 2021
Bill Hammond, OSU PBEE, Host: Dr. Henry Adams
PhD Defense "What kills trees? Drivers, mechanisms, and timing of climate-induced tree mortality"

February 18th, 2021
Colleen Doherty, University of North Carolina, Host: Dr. Andrew Doust
"All in good time, the intersection of time and plant environmental responses"

February 25th, 2021
Jasmine Saros, University of Maine, Host: Dr. Bill Henley
"Integrating ecological and paleolimnological approaches to interpret diatom records of environmental change"

March 4th, 2021
Feng Feng, OSU Biochemistry Department, Host: Dr. Ming Yang
"Environmental regulation of plant perception and engagement with microorganisms"

March 11th, 2021
Jesse Lasky, Penn State, Host: Dr. Bene Bachelot
“Ecological genetics of local adaptation in plants”

March 18th, 2021

March 25th, 2021
Daniel Spalink, Texas A&M University, Host: Dr. Mark Fishbein
“Evolutionary divergence and geographic convergence: phylogenetic insights into plant radiations and the spatial structure of diversity”

April 1st, 2021
Stacy Krueger, Universigy of Alabama, Host: Dr. Bill Henley
“What's ploidy got to do with it?”

April 8th, 2021
Kyle Christie, Northern Arizona University, Host: Dr. Eric LoPresti
“Reproductive interactions influence coexistence in California wildflowers”

April 15th, 2021

April 22nd, 2021
Linda Watson, OSU PBEE, Host: Dr. Andrew Doust

April 29th, 2021
Margaret Frank, Cornell University, Host: John Hodge
"Finding a SOL mate: exploring graft compatibility in the Solanaceae"