Colloquia

DateColloquium Title & Link to Video
2017.11.14Coming Soon Sarah Evanega: Empowering Champions, Embracing Advocacy: The Cornell Alliance for Science - 11.14.17
2017.11.7Eli Hornstein: Re-Engineering A Lost Symbiosis - 11.7.17
2017.10.31Tom Wedegaertner, Cotton, Inc.: Ultra Low Gossypol Cottonseed - 10.31.17 (request password)
2017.10.24Rene Valdez: Perceptions of De-extinction Among Experts and in the News Media - 10.24.17
2017.10.17Keith Edmisten: The Adoption of Biotech in Cotton Production - 10.17.17
2017.10.10Steven Druker - Genetic Engineering and the Chronic Misrepresentation of Facts - 10.10.17
2017.10.03 David Berube - ZIKA - 10.3.17
2017.09.26 Dan Charles - Genetic Engineering & Journalism - 9.26.17
2017.09.19 Jayce Sudweeks - Examining the Policy Narratives Surrounding the Release of GM Mosquitos - 9.19.17
2017.09.05Michael Vella & Sumit Dhole - Population Genetics of Gene Drives - 9.5.17
2017.08.29Todd Kuiken - The Long & Winding Road: Synthetic Biology and the U.N Convention on Biological Diversity - 8.29.17
2017.08.22Fall 2017 GES Colloquium Intros - 8.22.17
2017.04.18Caroline Leitschuh & Momoko Suda - Does a Mouse's House Matter & Risk-Management of Scientific Fraud: Lessons from the STAP Cells Scandal - 4.18.17
2017.04.11Jessica Barnes & Katie Barnhill-Dilling - Engineering Futures in Biodiversity Conservation & Responsible Innovation & Risk Perception in GM Trees - 4.11.17
2017.04.04Martha Crouch - Genetic Engineering & Constraint: Lessons from Herbicide Resistant Crops for Coexistence with Wild Nature - 4.4.17
2017.03.28Jayce Sudweeks - What Role Should Genetically Modified Organisms Have?: Understanding GMO Policy Debates from the Policy Process Viewpoint - 3.28.17
2017.03.21Lisa House - Consumer Knowledge about, Preferences for, & Willingness to Accept Genetically Modified Foods - 3.21.17
2017.03.14Zack Brown - Price & Surplus Effects of GE Crops? - 3.14.17
2017.02.28Elizabeth Pitts - Productive Conflict in the Governance of Genetic Pest Management - 2.28.17
2017.02.21Scott Shore - Biotechnology Capacity Building: Context, Choices, Challenges, Checks & Champions - 2.21.17
2017.02.14Hannah Star Rogers - Art's Work in the Age of Biotechnology - 2.14.17
2017.02.07Dominic Glover - Agro-Ecology, Transgenic Crops & Farming Skill - 2.7.17
2017.01.31Rodolphe Barrangou - The CRISPR Craze: Opportunities & Concerns - 1.31.17
2017.01.24Glenn Stone - The Wisdom of the Farmer: Insights from a 16-year study of GM Cotton in India - 1.24.17
2017.01.17Spring 2017 GES Colloquium Intros - 1.17.17
2016.11.15Tim Schwab - Conflicts of Interest in GMO Research - 11.15.16
2016.11.08Michael Doyle - Public Engagement about Potential US Release of GE Mosquitoes: Lessons Learned - 11.8.16
2016.11.01Katie Davis & Nicole Juba - Approaches to Risk Assessment of New GE Technologies - 11.1.16
2016.10.25Megan Serr & Elizabeth Pitts - Ethics of Biotechnical Communication - 10.25.16
2016.10.18Kent Redford - Synthetic Nature & Future of Conservation - 10.18.16
2016.10.11Zack Brown - OECD Workshop Discussion - 10.11.16
2016.10.04Doug Gurian-Sherman - Genetic Engineering in the Broader Social Context - 10.4.16
2016.09.20Terry Medley - Regulation of the Products of Genetic Engineering - 9.20.16
2016.09.13Nick Storer - Industry, Academia, and Engineered Crops - 9.13.16
2016.09.06Jason Delborne & Fred Gould - NRC Reports - 9.6.16
2016.08.30Scott Johnson - A California Convert in King Fraley's Court - 8.30.16
2016.08.23GES Colloquium Attendees - Fall 2016 Colloquium Intros - 8.23.16
2016.04.26Jen Baltzegar, Jessica Barnes, Johanna Elsensohn, Nicole Gutzmann, Sheron King, Mike Jones & Jayce Sudweeks - IGERT Student Cohort III Projects Overview - 4.26.16
2016.04.19Megan Serr, Greg Backus & Rene Valdez - IGERT Student Cohort II Projects Overview - 4.19.16
2016.04.12George Hess - Killing for Conservation - 4.12.16
2016.04.05Sophia Webster & Gabe Zilnik - IGERT Student Cohort I Project Overviews - 4.5.16
2016.03.29Heike Sederoff - Redesigning CO2 Assimilation in Plants - 3.29.16
2016.03.22Nick Haddad - Advocacy & Lobbying - 3.22.16
2016.03.15Laura Privalle - Ag Biotech Crops Retrospective - 3.15.16
2016.03.01Karl Campbell - Genetically Engineered Mice in Island Restoration - 3.1.16
2016.02.23Todd Kuiken - Collective Biology: Enabling Public Science - 2.23.16
2016.02.16Gregor Wolbring - Genetic Advancements Impacts on Disabled People - 2.16.16
2016.02.09JenniferBaltzegar and Nicole Gutmann - What’s a GMO Discussion - 2.9.16
2016.02.02Javier Lezaun and Christiaan de Koning - European Politics of Transgenic Insects Colloquium - 2.2.16
2016.01.26Craig Yencho - Sweet Potato Improvement Project - 1.26.16
2016.01.19Joe Herkert - Ethics Education in Science and Engineering - 1.19.16
2015.11.10Caroline Leitschuh and Johanna Elsensohn - Gene Drives, Society, and Governance Discussion - 11.10.15
2015.11.03Caroline Leitschuh and Johanna Elsensohn - Gene Editing and Gene Drive: Biological & Social Considerations - 11.3.15
2015.10.27Pam Marrone - Biological versus Genetic Engineering Approaches to Pest Management - 10.27.15
2015.10.20Andrew Binder - Reading Seralini : Part Two - 10.20.16.
2015.10.13Paul Thompson - Reading Seralini - 10.13.15
2015.09.29Michael Waitzkin - Informed Consent in Gene Therapy and Medical Genetics - 9.29.15
2015.09.22Carla Barbieri - Agritourism & Genetic Engineering: Conversing about Collaboration Opportunities - 9.22.15
2015.09.15Zack Brown - "Science Can’t Solve It” Continued Discussion - 9.15.15
2015.09.08Jason Delborne - "Science Can’t Solve It” Article Discussion - 9.8.15
2015.09.01Eric Sachs - Communicating Science and Engaging Society: Monsanto Discussion - 9.1.15
2015.08.31Eric Sachs - Moving Beyond The GMO Controversy: Monsanto Lecture - 8.31.16
2015.04.14Amanda Clayton - Economic Considerations in Vector-Borne Disease Management - 4.14.15
2015.04.07Sophia Webster and Molly Hartzog - Thesis Research Updates - 4.7.15
2015.03.31Andrew Binder - Public Perceptions of GT - 3.31.15
2015.03.17Zack Brown - New Research Questions - 3.17.15
2015.03.03Michelle Schroeder-Moreno - Agroecology - 3.3.15
2015.02.10Bob Kelly and Sabrina Robertson - NCSU Biotechnology Program - 2.10.15
2015.02.03Tim Antonelli - Population Biology of Gene Drive - 2.3.15
2015.01.21Marcé Lorenzen - Molecular Genetics of Gene Drive - 1.21.15
2015.01.14Jennifer Kuzma and Sheron King - Delphi Study - 1.14.15
2014.11.25David Berube, Sheron King, Jen Baltzegar, Johanna Elsensohn, Rene Valdez, and Elizabeth Pitts - Synthetic Biology and the Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) Competitions - 11.25.14
2014.11.18Andy Binder - Defining GE - 11.18.14
2014.11.04Jean Ristaino - Emerging Plant Diseases in the Context of Food Security - 11.4.14
2014.10.28Jane Hoppin - Health Risks and GE Crops - 10.28.14
2014.10.21Jade Berry-James - African American Attitudes Toward GE Foods - 10.21.14
2014.09.23Sheron King, Jessica Barnes, Jen Baltzegar, Nicole Gutzmann, Jayce Sudweeks, Johanna Elsensohn (2014 Student Cohort) - Mexico Summer Course Presentation - 9.23.14
2014.09.16Greg Backus, Rene Valdez, Elizabeth Pitts, Caroline Leitschuh, and Megan Serr (2013 Student Cohort) - Cohort Project Presentation - 9.16.14
2014.09.09Tim Antonelli, Amanda Clayton, Molly Hartzog, Sophia Webster, and Gabe Zilnik (2012 Student Cohort) - Cohort Project Presentation - 9.9.14
2014.09.02Jason Delborne - Tomorrow's Table Book Discussion - 9.2.14
2014.02.25Russell Powell - Artificial Life Ethics - 2.25.14
2014.02.11Laura Severin, Jennifer Kuzman, and MaryWyer - Diversity and Gender Issues - 2.11.14
2014.01.28Mark Robinson, Nora Haenn, and Jason Delborne - Presenting Polarized Views on GM in the Media: Balanced, Fair, Neutral, Effective? (NPR Colloquium) - 1.28.14
2014.01.14Fred Gould - History and Initial Goals of the NSF-IGERT - 1.14.14
2013.11.26Elizabeth Hennessy - Conserving Evolution in the Galapagos Islands - 11.26.13
2013.11.05Amy Circosta - Discrimination and Harassment Prevention - 11.5.13
2013.10.22Jennifer Kuzma, Mark Robinson, and Jason Delborne - GES Center Update - 10.22.13
2013.10.08Jason Delborne, Jennifer Kuzma, and Mark Robinson - GES Cluster Hire Faculty Intros - 10.8.13
2013.09.24Eric Aschehoug, Kevin Gross, Lisa McGraw, and John Godwin - Faculty Career Stories - 9.24.13
2013.09.10 Rene Valdez, Greg Backus, Andrew Ludvik, Megan Serr, Elizabeth Pitts, and Caroline Leitshuh (2013 Student Cohort) - Channel Islands Summer Course Presentation - 9.10.13
2013.04.30Mark Robinson - Funding and Commercialization - 4.30.13
2013.04.24Jonathan Wiener -Reality of Precaution - 4.24.13
2013.04.10Tim Antonelli, Will Klobasa, Amanda Clayton, Molly Hartzog, Sophia Webster, and Gabe Zilnik - IGERT Cohort: Dengue White Paper Process - 4.10.13
2013.03.20Zachary Brown - Economics and Sustainability - 3.20.13
2013.03.13Victoria Baranov - AIDS Treatment - 3.13.13
2013.02.27Hanfu Xu - Genetic Modification of the Silk Worm - 2.27.13
2013.02.13Bill Kinsella - Drafting of GES Guidelines - 2.13.13
2013.01.30Randy Kramer - Malaria in East Africa - 1.30.13
2013.01.16Bill Kinsella - Articulating Conflict - 1.16.13
2012.11.20Heike Sederoff and Kultaran Chohan - Biofuels - 11.20.12
2012.11.06Susan McCord - Forest Biotechnology - 11.6.12
2012.10.30Molly Hartzog, Amanda Clayton, and Tim Antonelli - Peru Summer Course Student Presentations Part 2 - 10.30.12
2012.10.23Fred Gould, Sophia Webster, Gabe Zilnik, and Will Klobasa - Peru Summer Course Student Presentations Part 1 - 10.23.12
2012.10.16Nick Haddad, John Godwin, and Lisa McGraw - Y2: Mice and Island Biodiversity - 10.16.12
2012.10.09Carolyn Miller - Interdisciplinary Miscommunication - 10.9.12

Roadmaps to Gene Drives Workshop

CategoryTitle & Link
Roadmaps to Gene Drives WorkshopDr. Jennifer Kuzma
Roadmaps to Gene Drives WorkshopDr. Kevin Esvelt
Roadmaps to Gene Drives WorkshopDr. Aleksandra Malyska

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GE @ NCSU Symposium

CategoryTitle & Link
GE@NCSU SymposiumGE@NCSU Symposium - Session 1: Genome Editing Technology
GE@NCSU SymposiumGE@NCSU Symposium - Session 2: Genome Editing Product Development
GE@NCSU SymposiumGE@NCSU Symposium - Session 3: Genome Editing Product Governance
GE@NCSU SymposiumGE@NCSU Symposium - Session 4: Genome Editing for Biological Insights
GE@NCSU SymposiumGE@NCSU Symposium - Session 5: Next Steps

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Intersections of Genetics and Society Symposium

CategoryTitle & Link
Intersections of Genetics and Society SymposiumGeorge Church - Future of Human Genomics and Synthetic Biology - 9.19.14
Intersections of Genetics and Society SymposiumSarah Richardson - How Culture Influences Choices by Genetic Researchers - 9.19.14
Intersections of Genetics and Society SymposiumPaul Lombardo - Eugenics - 9.19.14
Intersections of Genetics and Society SymposiumAmy Harmon - GMO-land; The topsy-turvy debate over genetic engineering in agriculture - 9.19.14

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Modeling Courses

CategoryTitle & Link
Modeling CoursesStudent Presentations - Part 2 - 11.14.15
Modeling CoursesStudent Presentations - Part 1 - 11.14.15
Modeling CoursesKGross - Part 2 - 10.17.14
Modeling CoursesKGross - Part 1 - 10.17.14
Modeling CoursesKGross - Part 2 - 10.3.14
Modeling CoursesKGross - Part 1 - 10.3.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course - Part 2 - 4.23.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course - Part 1 - 4.23.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course - 4.16.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course - 4.9.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course - 4.2.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course - 3.19.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course - 2.27.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course - Part 3 - 2.19.14
Modeling CoursesModeling -Part 2 - Course 2.19.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course -Part 1 - 2.19.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course -Part 1 - 2.5.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course -Part 3 - 2.5.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course - Part 2 - 2.5.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course - Part 1 - 1.15.14
Modeling CoursesModeling Course - Part 2 - 1.15.14

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USDA Stakeholder Workshop on Coexistence

CategoryTitle & Link
USDA Stakeholder Workshop on CoexistenceDay 1 - 3.12.15
USDA Stakeholder Workshop on CoexistenceDay 2 - 3.13.15

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Miscellaneous

CategoryTitle & Link
MiscellaneousScience Cafe: CRISPR and the Ethics of Editing Genes, presented by John Godwin and Jason Delborne.
NC Museum of Sciences, 9.28.2017
MiscellaneousOverview of GPM Course
MiscellaneousHistory of the sterile insect technique (SIT)
MiscellaneousEcology of Populations
MiscellaneousEcology of Populations
MiscellaneousPopulations Genetics
MiscellaneousPopulations Genetics
MiscellaneousDiscussion of papers on classical approaches to genetic sexing and field female killing
MiscellaneousCellular Genetics
MiscellaneousMouse Genetics
MiscellaneousMouse Genetics
MiscellaneousDiscussion of Past Debates about GPM and Ongoing Transgenic GPM Programs
MiscellaneousGummy Bear Data Analysis and Greg Backus Model Exercise
MiscellaneousModeling of Female Killing Genes and Sex Reversal
MiscellaneousIntroduction to Transgenic Approaches to make Sexing Strains
MiscellaneousDiscussion of papers on Repressible Female Lethal Systems
MiscellaneousPopulation Genetics of HEGs
MiscellaneousMolecular Biology of HEGs
MiscellaneousGenetic Replacement --- Case of Killer-Rescue
MiscellaneousMolecular and Population Genetics of Madea
MiscellaneousDiscussion of Medea
MiscellaneousTALENs and other Meganucleases
MiscellaneousRegulatory Issues
MiscellaneousStudent Presentations on Papers drawn from Primary Literature
MiscellaneousStudent Presentations on Papers drawn from Primary Literature
MiscellaneousStudent Presentations on Papers drawn from Primary Literature

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