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NIMBioS Event Calendar
  September 2019
Sep 1 Monthly deadline to apply for Short-term Visits to NIMBioS beginning after October 15.
Sep 2 NIMBioS administrative offices are closed for Labor Day.
Sep 4
11:30-1:30
Panel on Proposals for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)—2019
NIMBioS in Hallam Auditorium (Rm 206) 11:30 am-1:30 pm EDT. Streamed live for remote participants and hosted for local attendees. Pizza will be served.
Sep 10
3:30 p.m.
DySoC/NIMBioS Seminar. Jeremy Van Cleve, Biology, Univ. of Kentucky
Topic: Components of cooperation: Synergy in structured populations and the evolution of guilt
Sep 16
2 p.m.
NIMBioS Staff Meeting, Room 103
Sep 24-26 Short-term visitors to NIMBioS: Richard Horan and David Finnoff collaborating with Charles Sims on "Stochasticity in bioeconomic models"
  October 2019
Oct 1 Monthly deadline to apply for Short-term Visits to NIMBioS beginning after November 15.
Oct 10-11 Short-term visitors to NIMBioS: Ivan Sudakov et al. collaborating with UT paleontoligist Colin D. Sumrall on "Nonlinearity in past mass extinctions"
Oct 15
3:30 p.m.
DySoC/NIMBioS Seminar. Luke J. Matthews, Behavioral and Social Scientist, RAND Corporation; Faculty, Pardee RAND Graduate School; Co-Director, RAND Center for Applied Network Analysis and System Science
Topic: Cultural inheritance mechanics: Their affordances for evolutionary adaptation and applications to policy analysis
Oct 18-19 Short-term visitors to NIMBioS: Stanhope et al. collaborating on the topic: "Assessing undergraduate quantitative biology skills"
Oct 18-21 Short-term visitors to NIMBioS: Maria Leite et al. collaborating with Dr. Orou Gaoue to study "Plant sustainability under virus co-infection and harvesting"
Oct 24-26 Short-term visitors to NIMBioS: Pinter-Wollman et al. collaborating with Dr. Nina Fefferman to study "Null models in social behavior"
  November 2019
Nov 1 Monthly deadline to apply for Short-term Visits to NIMBioS beginning after December 15.
Nov 9 Expanding Your Horizons Workshop for middle school girls. Details coming soon
Nov 16-17 Eleventh Annual Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Mathematics and Biology, UT Conference Center.
Nov 25
4 p.m.
DySoC/NIMBioS Seminar. Simon Levin, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Princeton Univ. Topic: TBA
Nov 25-26 Short-term visitors to NIMBioS: Cuddington et al. collaborating to study mismatched transients in the dynamics of social and ecological systems
Nov 28-29 NIMBioS administrative offices are closed for Thanksgiving.
  December 2019
Dec 1 Monthly deadline to apply for Short-term Visits to NIMBioS beginning after January 15.
Dec 23-27 NIMBioS administrative offices are closed for Winter holiday.
  January 2020
Jan 1 NIMBioS administrative offices are closed for New Year's Day.
Jan 1 Monthly deadline to apply for Short-term Visits to NIMBioS beginning after February 15.
Jan 20 NIMBioS administrative offices are closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Jan 23-25 Short-term visitors to NIMBioS: Lawani et al. collaborating with Amanda Hyman, Paul Armsworth, and Orou Gaoue on "Addressing conservation issues in Benin with innovative optimization models"
  February 2020
Feb 4
3:30 p.m.
DySoC/NIMBioS Seminar. Carlos A. Botero, Biology, Washington Univ., Saint Louis, MO
Topic: TBA

*Unless otherwise noted, NIMBioS Seminars are held in Rm. 206, Claxton Building, 1122 Volunteer Blvd. Light refreshments will be served starting 30 min. before seminars.


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