Please join the Oregon State University Department of Integrative Biology and College of Science for the 2022 Robert M. Storm Distinguished Lecture. The lecture will be preceded by a reception with the speaker in the Cordley Hall courtyard on the OSU campus at 5:30 pm. At 7 pm, the lecture will be in Gilfillan Auditorium. RSVP required: https://bit.ly/DocStorm2022.
Dr. Ketterson is an internationally known evolutionary biologist who specializes in animal behavior and is among the top three researchers in her field in the world. She has made several discoveries that put her at the forefront of evolutionary biology. Key to her work has been a thirty-year population study of a songbird known as the 'snowbird' or dark-eyed junco. She is also a Science Advisor and Founding Director of the Environmental Resilience Institute.
The annual Robert M. Storm Distinguished Lecture series honors the legacy of "Doc" Storm, a pioneering herpetologist and beloved professor of zoology at OSU for 36 years. During this time, he advised and mentored 71 graduate students. The lecture was established by Doc Storm's former student Bill Lovejoy (PhD, '72) to promote excellence, advancement, and inspiration in biology, particularly vertebrate biology, to the OSU and Corvallis communities.
This will be a hybrid event with a Zoom live stream available at https://bit.ly/RMSL22.
Time: 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Venue details: Gilfillan Auditorium
Category: Attractions | Talks & Lectures
Speakers: Dr. Ellen D. Ketterson