CHAIRE Symposium presentation on America's Wildlife Values with Dr. Alia Dietsch

CHAIRE's Inaugural Research Symposium is virtual. 

Two of the presentations at CHAIRE's Inaugural Symposium feature research conducted by School of Environment and Natural Resources faculty member Alia Dietsch and graduate student Grayson Cahal. 

Watch Dr. Alia Dietsch's presentation on America’s Wildlife Values: Why a Societal-level Shift in Human Values is Reshaping How We Think About and Act in Relation to Wild Animals and stay tuned for Grayson's presentation on coyote response to novel objects. 

A full list of abstracts and videos is available on CHAIRE's website here.