Atwood Colloquium in Ecology & Evolution
This special two-day event provides a fantastic opportunity to learn about the most exciting research in ecology & evolution being done at U of T and abroad.
Broadening Representation & Equity With Science (BREWS)
We promote inclusion and equity through community-building tea breaks and data-driven discussions. We are always looking for speakers & ideas for discussions, so please get in touch!
Conservation Science Group
The EEB Conservation Group is a collaboration of undergrad & grad students, postdoctoral researchers and faculty interested in conservation science.
National Biology Competition
All secondary school students are welcome to participate for the opportunity to test their knowledge and understanding of biology.
Upcoming & Past Events
Friday, October 22, 2021 Guest Speaker: Jenn Sunday, McGill University
Friday, October 15, 2021 Physiological constraints and risk-reward tradeoffs drive marine mammal behavior
Departmental Seminar: Roxanne Beltran, University of California Santa Cruz
Wednesday, October 13, 2021 Exit seminar: Alex De Serrano
Friday, October 8, 2021 Assortative mating can accelerate genetic evolution, but lead to the evolution of maladaptive plasticity, in variable environments
Departmental Seminar: Ophelie Ronce, Institute of Evolutionary Science, Montpellier
Friday, October 8, 2021 Biology of Cuscuta subgenus Monogynella and its relationships with Convolvulaceae
Appraisal seminar: Asawari Albal
Friday, September 24, 2021 “Crazy Love” Nonlinearities and Irrationality in Mate Choice
Departmental Seminar: Mike Ryan, The University of Texas at Austin
Friday, September 10, 2021 Exit Seminar: Charlotte de Keyzer
Monday, August 30, 2021 Exit seminar: Gigi Hoi
Tuesday, August 24, 2021 Parasitism, Predation & Prediction: Modelling Variations in Ecological Interactions from Mechanisms to Networks
Exit Seminar: Korryn Bodner
Friday, July 23, 2021 Non-structural Deterrents and Opportunistic Dispersal in an Invasive Fish: The Role of Inter-Individual Behavioural Variation on Movement
Exit seminar: Paul Bzonek