Spring 2017 SENR Seminar Series

SPRING 2017 SENR SEMINAR SERIES

 

ENR 8980

Day:  Thursdays

Time:  4:10 - 5:30 p.m.

Location:  164 Howlett Hall
 
 

Previous SENR Seminars

Autumn 2016

Spring 2016

Autumn 2015

Spring 2015


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. 
 
The following dates are subject to change.
 
Jan 26

Pawpaw: In Search of America's Forgotten Fruit

Andrew Moore
Journalist and author

 
Feb 9

How Alaska Fisheries Support Sustainable Consumer Products

Daniel Wiley
VP Nutrition & Health, Organic Technologies

 
Feb 23

Carnivore Co-existence in Forested Ecosystems: Insights from Non-invasive Sampling of Large Predators

Marcella J. Kelly
Professor, Virginia Tech, Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation

 
Mar 9

Russian Energy Politics in the Age of Globalization: Reflections on the Sakhalin Oil and Gas Projects

Michael Bradshaw
Professor of Global Energy, University of Warwick, Warwick Business School, Economic Modelling & Forecasting, Global Energy Research Network, UK

 
Mar 30

Can Fish See the Bait on the Hook? An Exploration of Visual Ecology in the Face of Human-induced Environmental Change

Suzanne Gray
Assistant Professor, Ohio State University School of Environment and Natural Resources

 
Apr 13
 

Risk Communication, Assessment, and Responses to Extreme Weather

Julie Demuth
Project Scientist, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Regional Climate Research, Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Laboratory