We are excited to announce the 2019 University of Florida Termite Course.
See the attached PDF for the full program. The event will take place on June 3-8 2019 in Ft Lauderdale, Florida (USA)
Please forward this email to your network of social insects friends.
Registrations and information at: https://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/termite2019
This year is going to be a jam-packed week long session of intense teaching, field, and lab sessions about all aspects of termite biology, with a special focus on the ecology, evolution and symbiosis of termites.
This course is open to ALL (students, post docs, and faculties!) from all fields of study in social insects. We would love to share our love and experience of termites to our friends studying other social insect models.
This year is going to be very special as we will have guest speakers who will provide there unique perspective on various aspects of Termite Biology, which means we will have a total of 10 instructors, including:
In addition, Graduate students who participate to this termite course will be given the opportunity to present their own work in a grad student mini-symposium organized during the event
The class is capped at 50 participants, and the registration is on a first come first serve basis.
Finally, this course will be offered again only in 2021, so please make sure to not miss this opportunity if you are interested in joining us.
If any questions, please let me know.
Assistant Professor, Urban Entomology
Ft Lauderdale Research and Education Center
University of Florida IFAS
3205 College Ave
33314 Davie FL, USA