Recent Peer Talks:
    sLaM, University of Utah Biology Department
                Evolutionary Game Theory:  The Basics.
                Spring 2003
    sLaM, University of Utah Biology Department
                Evolutionary Game Theory:  What Happens when we Account for Stupid Contestants?
                Fall 2003
    GSAC, University of Utah Mathematics Deparment
                Evolutionary Game Theory:  Evolution, Natural Selection, Replicator Equation, and Evolutionary Stability.
                Fall 2003
    Math Ecology, University of Utah Mathematics Department
                Evolution of Virulence:  What happens when we Include Space?
                Spring 2004
    Math Ecology Group,  University of Utah Mathematics Department  
                Epidemilogical Modeling:  The Use of ODE, PDE, Stochastic Models to Predict Disease Outbreak.
                Spring 2005
    Math Ecology Group, University of Utah Mathematics Department
                Evolution of Virulence:  The Use of Age Structured Epidemiological Models in Predicting the Evolution of Virulence.
                Spring 2005
    Physiology Group Meeting, University of Utah Mathematics Department
                Epidemilogical Modeling:  The Use of ODE, PDE, Stochastic Models to Predict Disease Outbreak and Evolution of Virulence.
                Spring 2005
    Climate Change Seminar, University of Utah Biology Deparment
                The Role of Climate Change on the Distribution and Emergence of Infectious Disease.
                Spring 2005
    GSAC, University of Utah Mathematics Deparment
                The Role of The Basic Reproductive Ratio in Epidemiology
                Spring 2005
    sLaM, University of Utah Biology Deparment
                Evolution of Virulence:  Assumptions, Results, and Experimentation
                Spring 2005
    sLaM, University of Utah Biology Department
                Sex-Ratio Distorting Bacteria
                Fall 2005
    Math Ecology Group, University of Utah Mathematics Department
                An Introduction to Non-Cooperative Game Theory
                Fall 2005
    Math Ecology Group, University of Utah Mathematics Department
                Developing a model of Evolutionary Games
                Fall 2005
    Math Ecology Group, University of Utah Mathematics Department
                Stochastic Differential Equations
                Fall 2005
    Physiology Group Meeting, University of Utah Mathematics Department
                Male-Killing Bacteria
                Fall 2005
    RISE Seminar, University of Utah Biology Department
                Use of Technology in Teaching Science
                Fall 2005

Recent Educational Talks:
    Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kansas
                Evolutionary Game Theory:  How do animals deal with conflict?
                Spring 2005
    Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kansas
                Qualitative ODE Theory:  The Importance of Linearization.
                Spring 2005
    Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Missouri