Join Us for the FCFC Graduate Seminar: Tuesdays at 4 p.m.

Join us for the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation’s Graduate Seminar Series, Tuesdays from 4 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. in Forestry 106. These informative talks are free and open to the public.


 Date

Speaker

Affiliation

Title

Aug 28

Thomas H. DeLuca

FCFC

Fire, Moss, and Nitrogen Cycling in Boreal Ecosystems

Sept 4

Mark Hebblewhite

FCFC DECS

Billion-dollar Caribou: Canada’s Spotted Owl Crisis on Steroids

Sept 11

Christoph Rosche

Uni Halle Denmark

Colonization Success of Polyploids: Insight from the Cytotype Shift Between the Native and Introduced Range in Centaurea stoebe

Sept 18

Brady Allred

FCFC FM

Harnessing Technology to Advance Rangeland Conservation

Sept 25

Ben Coleman

FCFC DECS

Finding the Positive in Negative Results: Two Experiments that Succeeded by Failing

Oct 2

Kyle Bocinsky

FCFC SoCon

Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the Past, Present, and Future: Lessons from the Archaeological Record

Oct 9

Keith Bosak

FCFC SoCon

Building Capacity for International Conservation and Development

Oct 16

Josh Millspaugh

FCFC DECS

Challenges in Managing Elephant and Lion Conflicts with Humans in South Africa

Oct 23

Dane Scott

FCFC SoCon

Even if We Can, Should We Do It? Ethics & Genetic Engineering for Conservation

Oct 30

Norma Nickerson

FCFC SoCon

Yellowstone Crowding and the Visitor Experience: Methods in Geofencing

Nov 6

Election Day

 

 

Nov 13

Lloyd Queen

FCFC FM

Fire: Some Good, More Better

Nov 20

Holiday

 

Nov 27

Libby Metcalf

FCFC SoCon

Social Resiliience to Wildfire: Perspectives from Fire-affected Communities

Dec 4

Kim Davis

FCFC DECS

Effects of Climate, Fire Severity, and Biotic Interactions on Post-fire Conifer Regeneration in Low Elevation Forests of the Western U.S.