‘Women in Ecology and Natural Resources’ Fall 2018 Seminar Series
The School of Natural Resources and the Environment is proud to present its fall 2018 seminar series titled “Women in Ecology and Natural Resources,” showcasing a group of internationally recognized researchers who serve in both academic and non-academic positions. The wide range of seminar topics includes dendroclimatology and ecology, conservation management, biogeochemistry, ecosystem teleconnections, microbial ecology, coupled natural human systems, and climate change policy.
This series has received generous financial support from both the School of Natural Resources and the Environment and the College of Agriculture, Life and Environmental Sciences.
Seminars are held on Wednesdays from 3-4 p.m. in ENR2 S107 and are open to everyone.
See the full agenda here
View individual speaker listings under “Events” on the SNRE website:
Co-chairs Jia Hu, assistant professor of riparian ecology-ecohydrology and Don Falk, professor of natural resources and the environment designed the series.