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David Starr Jordan Prize Lecture

Upcoming Lecture

Dan Bolnick and team of research assistants preparing to collect nesting fish
Dr. Daniel Bolnick (front center) and a team of research assistants in drysuits, preparing to collect nesting fish for a study of mate choice behavior and within-population genetic variation.  Photo credit:  Andrew Hendry.

Daniel I. Bolnick
Professor of Integrative Biology at University of Texas at Austin

Variation within populations:  Why is it there and why should we care?

March 2, 2015, at 4 p.m. in Jordan Hall A100

About the Prize

In 1986 Cornell University, Indiana University, and Stanford University established a joint endowment to fund a prize in honor of David Starr Jordan—a scientist, educator, and institution builder of enormous influence on higher education in the United States who had important ties to each of the universities. The prize is international in scope and presented approximately every three years to a young scientist who is making novel innovative contributions likely to redirect the principal foci of their fields in one or more areas of Jordan’s interest: evolution, ecology, population, and organismal biology.

Learn more about the David Starr Jordan Prize and past prize recipients. »

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