Spring 2019 SENR Seminar Series

Spring 2019 SENR Seminar Series

 

Day:  Thursdays
Time:  4:10 - 5:30 p.m.
Tentative Location:  
164 Howlett Hall, 2001 Fyffe Rd, Columbus, OH 43210

 

Instructors:
Dr. Cathy Rakowski and Dr. Jeffrey Jacquet

Previous SENR Seminars
 

Autumn 2018

Spring 2018

Autumn 2017

Spring 2017

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. 

WOOSTER: Click on each link below to pull up each unique CarmenConnect link to tune into each speaker's live seminar. You will be able to add comments and participate after logging in with your Ohio State credentials.

GUESTS: Non-Ohio State guests are able to view the live presentations by "Entering as a guest" after clicking the Carmen Connect link, instead of logging in with Ohio State password. Guests can also view recorded presentations.

Date and Link
Speaker 
Seminar Titles 
January 31st  Dr. Mohammad Saidur Rahman, Professor at Bangladesh Agricultural University, Department of Agricultural Economics An Empirical Analysis of the Determinants of Contract Choice in Groundwater Irrigation in Bangladesh: Are There Any Lessons for Ohio Agriculture?
February 7th Dr. Jennifer Sherman, Associate Professor of Sociology, Washington State University  Trouble in Paradise: Change, Survival, and Dignity in the Amenity-Rich Rural West
February 21st Dr. Thomas RaShad Easley, Ed.D. Assistant Dean for Community and Inclusion, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Relationships, History, Hip Hop and Forestry:  Thinking About Diversity and Inclusion in the Environmental Sciences
February 28th  Drs. Jacob Straub and Rachel Schultz (see link for affiliations)

Healthy Wetlands, Healthy Bird Populations?: Evaluation of Wetland Restoration at the Landscape Scale

April 4th Dr. Rod Williams, Engagement Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor of Wildlife in Forestry and Natural Resources at Purdue University An Engaged Approach to Endangered Species Conservation
April 18th  Dr. Amanda Rodewald, Director of Conservation Science, Cornell Lab of Ornithology Strategic Conservation and Co-Benefits in Working Landscapes