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  Invited Lectures given by Eric R. Pianka

1965: Stanford University
University of Washington
University of Illinois (Urbana)

1966: Princeton University
University of California at Berkeley (A. A. A. S. Meetings)
Washington University (St. Louis)

1968: Princeton University
University of Texas at Austin
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (Panama)

1969: University of Missouri (Columbia)

1971: Stanford University
University of California at Los Angeles

1972: Texas A. and M. University
Kansas State University (Manhattan)
University of Texas Marine Science Institute

1973: University of California (Irvine)
University of California at Los Angeles
Princeton University
University of Maryland (College Park)

1974: University of Connecticut
Yale University
Colorado State University
North Texas State University
Duke University
University of California at Berkeley

1975: Utah State University (two lectures)
Baylor University
Carleton College (two lectures)
Oregon State University (Corvallis A. I. B. S. Meetings)
University of Oslo (Norway)
University of Lund (Sweden)

1976: University of Texas Marine Science Institute (Port Aransas)
Institute of Ecology (Guild Workshop, Denver)
Namib Desert Research Station (Gobabeb, Namibia)
Ohio State University (Colloquium Speaker in Biological Sciences)
University of Montana (two seminars)
Chairman at Ecological Society of America meetings in New Orleans

1977: University of Nebraska (Lincoln)
University of Texas at Austin, Paleobiology Discussion Group
University of Florida (Symposium co-chairman and speaker)
University of Minnesota

1978: State University of New York at Albany
University of Oslo (Norway)
University of Kansas, Lawrence (Visiting Professor)
University of British Columbia (Vancouver)
University of Calgary
Miami University (Ohio)
Wayne State University
University of Michigan
University of Western Australia, Nedlands (two seminars)
Second International Congress of Ecology, Jerusalem (two lectures)

1979: Kansas State University (Manhattan)
University of Colorado (Boulder)

1980: University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada)
University of Florida (Gainesville)
Uppsala University (Uppsala, Sweden)
University of Oslo (Oslo, Norway)
North Texas State University (Denton)
Oklahoma State University
American Society of Zoologists (Seattle)

1981: Visiting Professor, University of Puerto Rico (Rio Piedras and Mayaguez)

1982: University of California, Davis

1983: University of Alaska, Fairbanks

1985: Palm Springs Desert Museum
University of Vermont, Burlington

1986: Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago

1987: Brock University, St. Catherine, Ontario
Trinity University, San Antonio
Savannah River Ecology Laboratory
University of Tennessee
Texas A. &. M. University
Universitat der Zurich.

1988: University of Kansas, Lawrence
Trinity University, San Antonio
University of California at Irvine
University of California at Los Angeles.

1989: Dean's Speaker, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
San Diego State University
First World Congress of Herpetology, University of Kent, Canterbury,
United Kingdom (Plenary Lecture on Community Ecology)
Goldfield's Naturalists' Club, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.

1990: Invited Speaker, Symposium on "Indirect effects in ecological networks,"
Fifth International Congress of Ecology, Yokohama, Japan (declined for lack of funds)
University of Western Australia, Nedlands

1991: University of Western Australia, Nedlands
C.S.I.R.O., Alice Springs
South Australian Museum
University of New England
University of Queensland
Queensland University of Technology
University of Wollongong
C.S.I.R.O., Canberra
Sydney University
World Health Organization, Kobe, Japan
University of Siena (Italy).

1992: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
York University, Canada
Department of Zoology and Museum of Natural History,
University of Oklahoma
First International Congress on Lacertids of the Mediterranean Basin, University of Athens, Greece.

1993: Second World Congress of Herpetology, Adelaide

1994: Second World Congress of Herpetology, Adelaide
Second Venezuelan Congress of Ecology, Guanare
Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica, Taiwan (Plenary lecture in symposium on biodiversity)
Stazione Zoologica "Anton Dohrn", Napoli, Italy
Temple Junior College (Sigma Xi)

1995: Texas A. & M. University
Edith Cowan University, Joondalup
Edith Cowan University, Mt. Lawley.

1997: University of Oregon, Eugene.

1998: University of Southeastern Louisiana
Seventh International Congress of Ecology (Intecol) Meetings, Florence, Italy.

1999: Department of Marine Biology of Texas A&M University at Galveston
Keynote address, 19th Annual Midwest Ecology & Evolution Conference, Kent State University.
Plenary lecture, 10th Ordinary General Meeting of Societas Europaea
Herpetologica, Natural History Museum of Crete, Irakleio.
Plenary lecture, Asia Pacific Congress on the Biology of the Environment, National University of Singapore

2000: Opening Address, "A General Review of Zoological Trends During the 20th Century"
   18th International Congress of Zoology, Athens, Greece

2001: Sam Noble Museum of Natural History, University of Oklahoma
University of New Orleans
BOA group and ALBA, Norrkoping, Sweden
University of Guelph

2002: University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Albertson College of Idaho
University of Western Australia
Northern Territory University
Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Herpetologie und Terrarienkunde, Bad Orb, Germany

2003: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Graduate Student Selected Speaker
University of California, Irvine
University of California, Riverside

2004: Austin Herpetological Society; Keynote address,
Distinguished Herpetologist, University of Oklahoma, Norman
Reflections, last talk in Herpetologists League session titled
"Ecology and Evolution of Reptiles: A Tribute to Eric Pianka"
Arts and Sciences Distinguished Lecturer award at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW)

2005: Lawrence Slobodkin Lecture in Evolution, State University of New York, Stony Brook, Graduate Student Selected Speaker
University of Texas Dean's Scholars Friday Lunch, College of Natural Science honors program
Texas A & M. University Inaugural Address for Ecology, Evolution and Behavior program
Third multidisciplinary world conference on monitor lizards, Alexander Koenig Museum, Bonn, Germany

2006: University of Southeastern Louisiana
Keynote address, Texas Academy of Science
Distinguished Invited Speaker to the Lucian Symposium, St. Edward's University
University of Texas at Arlington, Graduate Student Selected Speaker.

2007: University of Victoria, British Columbia, Graduate Student Selected Speaker.

2008: University of California at Santa Barbara;
University of Texas Dean's Scholars Friday Lunch, College of Natural Science honors program
University of Washington, W.T. Edmondson Memorial Lecture, Graduate Student Selected Speaker.

2009: University of Idaho
4th Brazilian Meeting of Herpetology, Pirenopolis, Brazil
Texas Herpetological Society
University of Louisiana, Lafayette, 10th Graduate Student Symposium,
Graduate Student Selected Speaker.

2010: Utah State University (declined due to logistical problems).

2011: Integrative Biology, University of Texas at Austin (two seminars).
Invited Commentator, Festsprach for Henry S. Horn, Princeton University.
Graduate Program in Ecology, Dept. Zoologia, Universidade de Brasilia.

2012: Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Distinguished Speaker Series.
University of Wyoming, Program in Ecology, Graduate Student Invited Speaker.

2013: University of Texas at Austin, Herpetology (two seminars).

2014: University of Texas at Austin, Herpetology

2015: 2nd Annual Microbiology & Infectious Diseases Asia Congress, Singapore (declined)
Keynote address, Interdisciplinary World Conference on Monitor Lizards,
Phranakhon Rajabhat University, Bangkok
University of South Florida, Integrative Biology, Graduate Student Invited Speaker

2016: Introduction: American Society of Naturalists' Symposium "Latitudinal Gradients in Diversity:
50 years since Pianka"

2017: Towards a Periodic Table of Niches. Keynote address at Ecological Integration Symposium.
Texas A & M. University, Graduate Student Invited Speaker.

2017: Towards a Periodic Table of Niches or Exploring the Lizard Niche Hypervolume.
Australian Herpetological Society. Invited Speaker, Sydney, Australia.

2017: Towards a Periodic Table of Niches or Exploring the Lizard Niche Hypervolume.
The Wildlife Society at Texas State University.

2018: Keynote Speaker, Symposium on the Biology of Lizards at the Chiricahua Desert Museum
in Rodeo, New Mexico.

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Last updated by Eric R. Pianka on 19th October 2017

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