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Thank you for your interest in the Centre for Bee Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Speaker Series. The goal of the series is to provide opportunities for current YorkU and BEEc affiliated graduate students and researchers to learn from each other.

Join us for these upcoming sessions:

November 5th, 2021 @11am

Bees, Math and Collaborations with Jane Heffernan & Amro Zayed, York University

December 3rd, 2021 @ 11am

Canada's First National Pollinator Strategy with Rachel Nalepa, York University

We would love to hear about the work happening in your lab!! To get involved, please contact Carolyn (daviesca at yorku dot ca)

Past events:

Early Insecticide Controversies and Beekeeper Advocacy in the Great Lakes Region with Jennifer Bonnell, York University - view the poster
Bees, People, Science & Others, with Kathleen Law, Pollinator Partnership Canada, and Clement Kent, York University - view the poster
Bees, Land & Food Justice, with Sheila Colla, York University, Adrianne Lickers Xavier, McMaster University, Sarah Rotz, York University - view the poster

Investigating the Value of Bumble Bee Watch

With Victoria MacPhail, a PhD candidate from the Native Pollinator Research Lab, York University

May 7th, 2021

Searching for Sawflies in Northern North America

Featuring Spencer K. Monckton, a PhD candidate from the Packer lab, York University

March 26, 2021

New Tools: Conservation Genomics

With Nadia Tsvetkov, Post-doctoral Fellow, University of British Columbia

February 5, 2021

The Calculus of Honey Bees

Featuring Matt Betti, Assistant Professor, Mount Allison University

December 4, 2020

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