This course is not offered 2018-2019
This course will introduce graduate students to classical and recent literature in Ecology and Evolution, outline the current state of the field, and explain the contribution of novel experimental and empirical approaches to solving evolutionary and ecological questions. Students will also be exposed to the latest methodological innovations in the field.
Class Participation: 20%
Oral presentations: 50%
Synthesis Essay: 30%
Bridget Stutchbury, Joel Shore, Dawn Bazely, Amro Zayed, Roberto Quinlan, Norman Yan, Sapna Sharma, Chris Lortie, Laurence Packer, and Jan Sapp.