Registration CLOSED for 2013 SEPEEG, Mountain Lake Biological Station

July 30, 2013

We have reached the facility housing and dining capacity.  Please email sepeeg2013@virginia.edu to check on options or to be put on the wait list.

SEPEEG is returning to the University of Virginia's Mountain Lake Biological Station on September 27-29.  SEPEEG is an excellent opportunity for students, postdocs, and faculty from across the southeastern US to gather and discuss their research ideas and ongoing work. 


This year's keynote address will be given by Dr. Mark Rausher from Duke University. Dr. Rausher's work has explored the evolution of floral color, morphology, and biochemistry at the level of phenotypes, genes, and metabolic networks. This integrative approach to the study of adaptation and speciation, involving both field and lab-based investigation, perfectly encompasses the focus and goals of the SEPEEG conference. 

Registration for all attendees will be open until Friday, August 30.  But registration for the meeting is capped due to space constraints, so we strongly recommend registering before the deadline.  

 
Full registration is $125 and covers accommodations at MLBS, meals, and participant costs.  Thanks to generous support from The American Society of Naturalists, we are able provide a discounted rate ($90) for a limited number of undergraduate and graduate ASN society members on a first come, first serve basis.

For more information and to register, please visit the SEPEEG website:   mlbs.org/SEPEEG2013
 
Questions? Write to us at seepeg2013@virginia.edu
 
SEPEEG 2013 is sponsored by University of Chicago Press, Princeton University Press, Roberts and Company Publishers, and Sinauer Associates.