Colloquium: Moen on the form and function of frogs

Daniel Moen (UCR website)

The Spring 2024 Biology Colloquium Series continues this Friday with a seminar by Daniel Moen, Assistant Professor in Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology at UC Riverside. Dr. Moen studies the evolution of morphology and biomechanics in frogs and toads. His talk, supported by the BEER Club, will be titled, “Form, function, and diversity in frogs of the world”.

Colloquium series seminars are held Fridays at 2pm in Chaparral Hall room 5122. Dr. Moen will be available after the seminar to meet with students during a “Meet the Speaker” reception, with light refreshments, in Chaparral Hall 5201.