Seminars are held on Thursdays 4:15-5:15 in room Jeffords 110. People gather beforehand to socialize in room Jeffords 326 beginning at 3:45pm.
Seminars this semester will be held in person with a simultaneous livestream via Microsoft Teams. If you would like to attend a seminar remotely, please email email@example.com to request a link to the MS Teams live stream.
The current seminar schedule is posted below. Marvin Seminar schedules for previous academic years can be accessed here.
Fall 2022 Marvin Seminar Schedule
|Sep 22||Dr. Sonali Roy, Tennessee State University||Peptides in Nodulation and Nitrogen Acquisition|
|Oct 6||Dr. Li Li, Cornell University (ARS)||Uncovering the regulatory mechanisms underlying pigment accumulation in plants|
|Oct 13||Dr. Aman Husbands, University of Pennsylvania||The complex and reproducible nature of development|
|Oct 20||Charlotte Uden, UVM Plant Biology graduate student|
Modeling Fire Resilience of Oak Species in Northeastern Forests
|Oct 27||Dr. Tessa Burch-Smith, Danforth Plant Science Center||Beyond defense and nutrition: glucosinolates as signals for regulating intercellular communication in plants|
|Nov 3||Dr. Rachael Floreani, UVM Engineered Biomaterials Laboratory|
Plant Biopolymers: Medicine to Meat
|Nov 10||Hannah Shafer & Sandra Nnadi, UVM Plant Biology graduate students||Evolution of the (de)vernalization flowering response in temperate Pooideae grasses|
Examining the link between the root fungal microbiome and floral traits in Northern Highbush Blueberry
|Nov 17||Bertrand Black & Rachel Wilson, UVM Plant Biology graduate students|
Research Update: A phylogenetic revision of Athyrium Sect. Athyrium in the Americas
|Dec 1||Greta Savisky & Connor Lewis, UVM Plant Biology graduate students||Title TBA|
CCDC22 and CCDC93 Contribute to Root and Root Hair Growth in Arabidopsis
|Dec 8||Jessica Rubin, UVM Plant & Soil Science graduate student|
Myco-Phytoremediation Research for Phosphorus Mitigation & Pollinator Habitat on Unceded Abenaki Territory at Shelburne Farms