Invited Seminars

  1. Clark, Curtis. 1980. November. Plants of Baja California. Cal Poly Pomona (Field Botany Club).
  2. Clark, Curtis. 1981. November. Chemical constituents of Encelia trichomes. Cal Poly Pomona (Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology lunch seminar).
  3. Clark, Curtis. 1982. June. Plant morphogenesis: biology of nyctinasty. Cal Poly Pomona (Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology Journal Club).
  4. Clark, Curtis. 1983. March. Hybridization in Encelia (Compositae: Heliantheae) and its effect on phylogenetic analysis. Cal Poly Pomona (Biological Sciences Faculty Research Seminar).
  5. Clark, Curtis. 1983. April. Using CYBER word-processing programs. Cal Poly Pomona (Biolunch seminar).
  6. Clark, Curtis. 1984. January 19. Hybridization in Encelia (Asteraceae: Heliantheae) and its effect on phylogenetic analysis. University of California, Davis (Botany 222 speaker).
  7. Clark, Curtis. 1984. March 12. Selection against hybrid recombinants as a reproductive isolating mechanism: the syngameon reassessed. San Diego State University (departmental seminar).
  8. Clark, Curtis. 1985. February 8. Cladistics for real: The systematics of Encelia (Asteraceae: Heliantheae). Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont, CA (weekly seminar series).
  9. Clark, Curtis. 1985. November 16. Peripatric speciation and the origin of crop plants. Seventh Symposium of Man, Department of Anthropology, California State University, Fullerton.
  10. Clark, Curtis. 1987. May 1. Techniques for preparing projection slides for scientific presentations. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont CA.
  11. Clark, Curtis. 1988. November 17. Phylogenetic engineering of brittlebush for revegetation and slope stabilization. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Spadra Showcase - research and development projects involving Spadra landfill).
  12. Clark, Curtis. 1990. November 13. Endangered species: Will there be a tomorrow? Panel discussion at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
  13. Clark, Curtis. 1992. October 24. How dry is a drought? Eighteenth Annual Symposium, Southern California Botanists.
  14. Clark, Curtis. 1995. March 11. The genus Eschscholzia. Symposium: Out of the Wild and Into the Garden. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont CA.
  15. Clark, Curtis. 1995. May 18. Brittlebushes, Poppies, and Giant Reed: DNA at RSA. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont, CA (weekly seminar series).
  16. Clark, Curtis. 1996. March 13. Evidence for homoploid hybrid speciation in Encelia (Asteraceae: Heliantheae). California State University, Fullerton, CA (weekly seminar series).
  17. Clark, Curtis. 1996. June 6. The Southern California Black Walnut. Walnut Valley Area Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting. (handout, 184 kb .pdf)
  18. Clark, Curtis. 1997. May 24. Phylogeny and adaptation in the Encelia alliance (Asteraceae: Heliantheae). "Evolution and Taxonomy of Southwestern Plants", Thirteenth Annual Southwestern Botanical Systematics Symposium, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont, CA.
  19. Clark, Curtis. 1999. March 5. Finding the right tools: Technology in a biology lab course. Keynote address at "Teaching and Learning with Technology: What Works and How Do You Know", Third Annual Technology Showcase, Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable, California State University, Sacramento.