Spring 2015 SENR SEMINAR SERIES
Time: 4:10 - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Please note the new location in Howlett Hall 164 with video link to 123 Williams Hall
The SENR Seminar Series is held during the autumn and spring academic semesters. Speakers address a variety of topics that are relevant to the major environmental problems and natural resource management issues of our day. The seminar series reflects the multi-disciplinary nature of the School of Environment and Natural Resources in that a variety of experts contribute from fields as diverse as the humanities and social sciences, traditional resource management disciplines, and the biological and physical sciences. The program includes opportunities for interested parties to meet formally and informally with speakers before and after their presentations.
Science Policy in the White House
A Distinguished Faculty Lecture – Conservation – Natural Resources – Environmental Management: An Historical SENR Retrospective
Captive Breeding Programs to Mitigate Chytridiomycosis-related Extinctions: Lessons from Panama
Special event – Protecting Our Earth's Biodiversity through Images, Stories, and Action
6:00-7:00 p.m. Network with sponsoring student and other organizations
Addressing Issues of Food Security through Integration of Curricula, Outreach and Service
Co-sponsored by the AgroEcosystems Management Program
The Emerging Alliance of Religion and Ecology
Mary Evelyn Tucker
Avian Ecology in the Context of the Full Annual Cycle
Please note there will not be seminars on the following dates: