All are welcome

Undergraduates and postgraduates are particularly encouraged to attend, as these seminars can provide exposure to a wide range of ideas and research areas that you might not otherwise have an opportunity to learn about.  

The seminars are held on Tuesday at 1:00pm, in B/B/002 (Biology lecture theatres) (unless otherwise stated). Presentations usually last for 45 minutes, followed by a lively discussion. Please contact the seminar series co-ordinator, Kathryn Arnold (email, for further information.

2015 Autumn Term Seminars

Tuesday 6th October
B/B/002 (Biology)
1.00pm - 2.00pm
Karen Parkhill
University of York
Wacky Science or Responsible Innovation? Public Perceptions of Geoengineering
Tuesday 13th October
B/B/002 (Biology)
1.00pm - 2.00pm
Matthew Jones
University of Nottingham
20,000 years of impacts, adaptation and vulnerability: case studies from the Near East
Tuesday 20th October
B/B/002 (Biology)
1.00pm - 2.00pm 
Annemarieke de Bruin
Stockholm Environment Institute - York
Robbing Peter to pay Paul - navigating the messiness of water governance
Tuesday 27th October
PS/B/020 (Psychology)
1.00pm - 2.00pm

Peter Jones
University of Stratchclyde

What's so 'Historical' About Historical Marine Ecology 
Tuesday 3rd November
B/B/006 (Biology)
1.00pm - 2.00pm
Alan MacLeod
Protecting plant resources from invasive pests
Tuesday 17th November
PS/B/020 (Psychology)
1.00pm - 2.00pm
Alex Ford
University of Portsmouth
Prawns on Prozac
Tuesday 24th November
B/B/002 (Biology)
1.00pm - 2.00pm
Kate Walker-Springett
University of Exeter
Changing attitudes towards rivers; implications of climate change risk
Tuesday 1st December
V/045 (Vanbrugh)
1.00pm - 2.00pm
Paul Gill
Environmentally Sustainable Systems Ltd
Employability talk: Internships and Consultancy
Tuesday 3rd December
B/B/002 (Biology)
5.00pm - 8.00pm
Dave Goulson
University of Sussex

Environment Department and SEI-Y Christmas Lecture and Soiree

Saving our bumblebees