An ecology lunchtime discussion group
The ECOLUNCH forum is meant to bring together people at the Bloomington campus who study ecology at a variety of different levels of biological organization, from genetics to populations and community ecology to ecosystems. We typically have one or two presentations from people on their current research or research ideas, with the aim of sharing ideas and results, getting feedback from the diverse group, and thinking about ecology and our research in new and broader ways. We encourage interaction among researchers of all ecological disciplines. Recent presentations have focused on molecular, population, disease, and community ecology as well as ecotoxicology. We invite researchers with diverse interests to expand our breadth of knowledge and interests.
WHEN: Mondays from 12 noon to 1 pm
WHERE: Zoom and/or Lieber Room (Biology Bldg. 123)