UFBI Seminar Series Hosts Phi Beta Kappa Scholar Victoria Sork

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UFBI Seminar Series Hosts Phi Beta Kappa Scholar Victoria Sork

March 14 - March 15

UFBI Seminar Series Hosts Phi Beta Kappa Scholar Victoria Sork

UFBI is hosting Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar (https://www.pbk.org/VisitingScholars) Victoria Sork, Distinguished Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Director of the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden and Herbarium at UCLA (https://sorklab.eeb.ucla.edu/), on Mar 14-15 (right after Spring Break).

As a Visiting Scholar, Victoria will meet with two undergraduate classes, several faculty, and groups of graduate students.  She will also present two talks, which will both be hybrid presentations:

Monday, March 14, 5:00PM:  Public Lecture, “Why trees go nuts—climate, birds, people,” UFBI/UFII Lecture Room (CSE E251)
Coffee and cookies at 4:45PM; reception to follow from 6:00-6:30PM
To register, go to: https://biodiversity.research.ufl.edu/event/registration-visiting-scholar-victoria-sork-pbk-seminar-talk/

Tuesday, March 15, 11:45AM:  Seminar, “Oaks: an evolutionary success story now in jeopardy,” UFBI/UFII Lecture Room (CSE E251)
Boxed lunches available
To register, go to: https://biodiversity.research.ufl.edu/event/registration-visiting-scholar-victoria-sork-ufbi-seminar-talk/

Events are free, but registration is required. Zoom link will be sent to registrants before the event.

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Start:
March 14
End:
March 15
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E252 CSE Bldg
432 Newell Drive
Gainesville, FL 32611 United States
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