Tonight, Zoe Almeida and Amara Huddleston take will take part in the department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology's 2018 Darwin seminar series. The Seminar takes place on February 15t at 4-5pm at Hitchcock Hall 035. Zoe will be presenting Does food quality or quantity in early life affect fitness in later life?, and Amara is presenting on The influence of winter severity on the coupling of Lake Erie larval walleye and their prey. There willl also be a third presentation by Releigh Ricart, titled Multi-decadal shifts in plant community composition across glacial landforms - Space trumps Time. Congratulations to these hardworking students on an excellent opportunity to share their research.