The Seminar Series Wageningen Evolution and Ecology Seminars (WEES) is organized every month. The aim of the series is to organize a continuing series of stimulating lectures on contemporary topics in evolution and ecology that are of interest to a broad audience

In the Seminar Series Wageningen Evolution and Ecology Seminars (WEES)

Seminar speaker Chris Templeton - 28 June 2018 - Wageningen Campus, ORION building (103) - lecture room C2005 (16.00 h)

 Assistant Professor Chris Templeton, Department of Biology, Pacific University, USA

Title: ‘Sound the Alarm! Anti-predator communication in social flocks of chickadees and tits’

More detailed information about this seminar: check the website of the WEES seminars.


General information about the Seminar Series WEES: The Seminar Series Wageningen Evolution and Ecology Seminars (WEES) is organized every month. The aim of the series is to organize a continuing series of stimulating lectures on contemporary topics in evolution and ecology that are of interest to a broad audience. For this series we invite internationally renowned researchers that have leading roles in their field. WEES is an initiative of PhD and postdocs at Wageningen UR and sponsored by the graduate schools EPS, PE&RC and VLAG.

Prior or after the seminars a Master Class is organized for interested PhD and MSc students. In the Master Class/Workshop the attendants have the possibility to meet the speaker of the seminar and have a discussion based on recent papers suggested by the speaker. The Master classes?Workshops are a good possibility to get acquainted with hot topics in ecology and evolutionary biology and to learn to discuss these topics with leading scientists in the field. MSc students from Wageningen University can get credits for the Master Class/Workshop. More information on the WEES seminars website.


Please note:  Registration for attending the seminar is not needed, however for participating in the Master Class/Workshop registration is required!

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