SEEC History

A Brief History of SEEC

The Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference (SEEC) began at Georgia Tech in 2004 by Dr. Alan Wilson (now at Auburn University). His vision was to have a student run conference for students. SEEC was modeled after other regional conferencesMEEC (Midwestern Ecology and Evolution Conference) and NEEC (Northeast Ecology and Evolution Conference). Later, PEEC, the Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference was also founded.

The conference is held at a different school in the southeast each year and has included Georgia Tech (2004), the University of Georgia (2005), the University of Alabama (2006), the University of Central Florida (2007), Florida State University (2008), University of Florida (2009), Georgia Tech (2010), Auburn University (2011), Clemson University (2012), and the University of Central Florida (2013).

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