Seminars and Conferences

Museum Seminar Series 2016-2017

Throughout the academic year, the AMNH will present the weekly Museum Seminar Series at which presentations on a variety of scientific topics will be given by leading scientists, educators and AMNH curators.


Comparative Biology Seminars

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During their first year, RGGS Comparative Biology Ph.D. students are required to attend each program in the Series and will meet prior to each program for a discussion of the pertinent literature, which they will be expected to have read prior to the lecture, for a total of two hours each week. First year students earn one credit per semester for a total of two credits. After the first year, students’ participation is not required for credit, but is strongly encouraged.

Seminars Meet in the RGGS Lecture Hall on the following Mondays from 11:00 am to noon unless otherwise noted.

Academic Year 2016-2017 Seminar Schedule
 
Fall Term 2016
 
26-Sep-2016
Chase Nelson, American Museum of Natural History
Talk Title TBA
 
03-Oct-2016
Paul Turner, Yale University
Talk Title TBA
 
17-Oct-2016
Lisa Amati, New York State Museum
Talk Title TBA
 
24-Oct-2016
Robert Harbert, American Museum of Natural History
Talk Title TBA
 
31-Oct-2016
Joe Parker, Columbia University
Talk Title TBA
 
07-Nov-2016
Brant Faircloth, Louisiana State University
Talk Title TBA
 
10-Nov-2016  (Thursday, Kaufmann Theater, 1st Floor)
RGGS 2nd Year Student Symposium
Talk Titles TBA
 
14-Nov-2016
Rafael Maia, Columbia University
Talk Title TBA
 
21-Nov-2016
Sara Oppenheim, American Museum of Natural History
Talk Title TBA
 
28-Nov-2016
Prosanta Chakrabarty, National Science Foundation
Talk Title TBA
 
05-Dec-2016
James Herrera, American Museum of Natural History
Talk Title TBA

 


Earth and Planetary Sciences Seminars

The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at the American Museum of Natural History holds seminars on most Thursdays through the Fall, Winter and Spring.  Please refer to the current schedule, and for more details on getting to the seminars, see Earth and Planetary Science Seminars.

EPS Seminar Schedule


  2016 Northeast Regional Vertebrate Evolution Symposium (NERVES)

Researchers from around the region are invited to the annual meeting of the Northeast Regional Vertebrate Evolution Symposium (NERVES)

 

Meeting details: TBA

 


  Student Conference on Conservation Science at AMNH (NY)

October 20-22, 2016

Please visit 2016 SCCS-NY for details.

Download the Conference Poster