The workshop photo for the 2019 Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics Workshop All lecturers and participants are shown except for lecturer Patrick Phillips, who left earlier. The photo was taken by Kathy Cowell, to whom thanks. It was taken on a knoll next to the main Friday Harbor Laboratories building. The back row of people are bending down so you can see the scene behind us. A tour boat can be seen in the background, leaving Friday Harbor. From left to right, a small point sticking our from the FHL site, then behind it part of Shaw Island, Lopez Island, Turn Island, Pear Point on San Juan Island, and Brown Island can be seen in the background. On the horizon mountains near Mount Baker can be seen on the left, then the hills on other islands.
These are the webpages for the Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics Workshop, which will be held July 11-15, 2022. For 2021 and 2022 on it is held online as a set of lectures, computer labs and discussions. It is sponsored by the Friday Harbor Laboratories of the University of Washington. From 2011 to 2019 this workshop has been held in person, from 2017 at the Laboratories in Friday Harbor, San Juan Island, Washington. In 2020 it was cancelled owing to the pandemic. In 2021 it was held online, as it will be in 2022. We hope to resume the in-person workshop in 2023.
The email address for the worshop is email@example.com.
The description of the workshop at the Friday Harbor Laboratories website will be found here
If you wish to read about the aims and objectives of the Workshop, please visit its Friday Harbor Laboratories site. The site you are on right now has a schedule of lectures, computer labs, and discussions. It also has pages for each of these sessions, containing lecture projections, notes, and computer exercises. Currently these are mostly the materials for 2021, but they will be updated gradually. For materials from the previous Workshop, go to the "Previous years" link in the heading of this page and follow the links to individual lectures and exercises, and the links to videos of the lectures for the years in which those were posted. The 2022 workshop is co-sponsored by The American Society of Naturalists, the Society of Systematic Biologists, and by the Society for the Study of Evolution.
The workshop will be led by Stevan J. Arnold of Oregon State University and Joe Felsenstein of the University of Washington.
Other lecturers will be:
The cost of the workshop is $150, paid after acceptance. We hope that applicants will also considered joining these societies.
You can apply using the form here. Applications will be accepted until 11:59pm Pacific Time on 15 May. Applicants will notified soon after whether they had been selected as one of the participants.
Videos of the lectures will be made available publicly after the workshop. They will not include videos of the discussion sessions or computer lab sessions.