Seminars

Seminars

Tupper

Tropical diversity: craddle or museum? Fossil mammals from Panama have an answer
Sep 23, 2014 - 4:00 PM
Aaron Wood, University of Florida

Colon-Talk

Cambios en el nivel del mar caribe
Sep 25, 2014 - 7:00 PM
Sergio Dos Santos, STRI

Bambi (BCI)

Paisley Cave and the Evolution of a New Paradigm for the People of the Americas
Sep 25, 2014 - 7:00 PM
Grayal Earle Farr, Florida State University

Tupper

A possible mechanism for the proposed niche-neutrality continuum
Sep 30, 2014 - 4:00 PM
Yohay Camel, Israel Institute of Technology

 

Attending the seminars

Every week there are seminars, which everyone is invited to attend. The seminars are free and cover a range of science-related issues, from tropical diversity to animal life.

Tupper

Dr. Richard Cooke

Dr. Richard Cooke

Formal seminars are held at 4:00 pm every Tuesday in the auditorium of the Earl S. Tupper Conference Center in Ancon (Mapsee map for directions). These seminars are free and open to the public, and there will also be a live webcast of the event. Past seminars will be archived for later viewing.

Announcements about who the speaker will be and what the title of the seminar is are sent out weekly via e-mail, published in the STRI newsletter, and also posted at a bulletin board in each facility.

For more information regarding these seminars, please contact Anabelle Arroyo at the Tupper Facility, or 212-8076, or e-mail e-mail addressarroyoa@si.edu.



Bambi

Informal Seminars (BAMBIS) are usually scheduled for Thursday nights (7:15 p.m.) and take place at the auditorium in Barro Colorado Island.

There is a special late boat (8:30 p.m.) available for Gambodians and other off-islanders who need transportation back.

Bambi Seminar

Bambi Seminar

Who can attend?

If you want to give a talk, show slides, or get feedback, send an e-mail to e-mail address bambi@si.edu. A slide projector, a transparency projector and a multimedia projector are available on demand. See schedule.

Prices- Day previous to Bambi:

Smithsonian Staff and Researchers with Stri ID: $4.00 (includes boat and dinner)

Prices- Day of the Bambi:

Smithsonian Staff and Visitors with Stri ID: $6.00 (includes boat and dinner)

Guest: $12.00 (includes boat and dinner)

Reservation for Bambi Guests (no Stri ID) will be the day previous to Bambi and the day of the Bambi.

The boat leaves at 5:30 PM from STRI's dock and at 8:30 PM from BCI. Those who are included in the Bambi Reservation List will have priority in the boat.

Reservation are accepted until Thursday at 12:00 noon.

Also, please cancel if you decide not to attend, even if it's at the last minute, otherwise you will be charged for the dinner. ***

For Bambi reservation please make your Bambi Reservations at Bambi List.


CTPA Paleo-Talks

Informal seminars (PaleoTalks) are usually scheduled for Wednesday afternoons (4 PM) every other week, and take place at the Conference Room at the CTPA building in Ancon (Map see map for directions). These seminars are free and open to the public, and they are usually centered on geological, archeological or environmental issues.

Announcements about who the speaker will be and what the title of the seminar is are sent out weekly via e-mail, published in the STRI newsletter, and are also posted at a bulletin board in each facility.

For more information regarding these seminars, or if you would like to be the speaker, please contact Liliana Londoño at the CTPA, or 212-8057, or e-mail e-mail address LondonoL@si.edu.


CTFS Science

Informal talks or discussions on ongoing forest ecology research at STRI are held some Tuesday mornings at 10 am at the Tupper center in Panama City. These meetings are free and open to anyone who is interested. A schedule of talks is posted here. If you would like to be placed on the email list for reminders regarding upcoming talks or if you are interested in giving a talk, please email mullerh@si.edu.


Bocas Talk

Fulfilling the mission of the Smithsonian Institute.

The Bocas talk is an event of the Bocas del Toro Research Station that happens one or two dates in a month. This is a way that the station and scientist use for explain their projects to the community of Bocas del Toro region. This event take place on the CEFATI Conference Salon at the IPAT Building in Bocas Town from 7:00 to 8:00 pm. Free Entrance.


Future Seminars

Tupper

Tropical diversity: craddle or museum? Fossil mammals from Panama have an answer
Aaron Wood, University of Florida
Sep 23, 2014 - 4:00 PM


Colon-Talk

Cambios en el nivel del mar caribe
Sergio Dos Santos, STRI
Sep 25, 2014 - 7:00 PM


Bambi (BCI)

Paisley Cave and the Evolution of a New Paradigm for the People of the Americas
Grayal Earle Farr, Florida State University
Sep 25, 2014 - 7:00 PM


Tupper

A possible mechanism for the proposed niche-neutrality continuum
Yohay Camel, Israel Institute of Technology
Sep 30, 2014 - 4:00 PM


Tupper

TBA
Brian Sedio, STRI
Oct 14, 2014 - 4:00 PM


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