Seminars

The W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation provided a seminar series on ethics, justice, and diversity in the natural sciences. You're invited to view the recordings listed below.

Dr. Alan Townsend, W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation incoming dean - "Eyes Wide and Endless" on September 8 at 4 p.m.

Dr. Daniel Wildcat, Haskell Indian Nations University - "TEK: An Antidote to Anthropocene Destruction" on September 14 at 5 p.m.

Aja Desmond, Earthtone Outside - "Confronting Our Biases in Outdoor Spaces" on September 28 at 3 p.m.

Terry Baker, - "If You Want to Go Fast, Go Alone. If You Want to Go Far, Go Together." Society of American Foresters CEO on October 15 at 4 p.m.

Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, Ocean Collectiv - "A Conversation About the Intersection of Environmental and Social Justice" on October 29 at 2 p.m.

International Seminar on Protected Area Management

The International Seminar on Protected Area Management is an integrated, state-of-the art course that examines strategies to conserve the world's most special places. The seminar is designed for mid-career planners and managers of nationally significant protected areas worldwide, and focuses on evaluating the policies and institutional arrangements that sustain both people and natural resources.

FCFC SoCon Spring Seminar

Tuesdays, 4-5:00 pm (MST)

2/2 - Pedagogy and Why It Matters

Adrea Lawrence, Dean and Professor, Phyllis J. Washington College of Education

2/16 - Applications of Data Analytics to Improve Conservation Planning and Implementation

Alex Metcalf, Assistant Professor of Human Dimensions, Department of Society and Conservation

2/23 - Assessing Changes in U.S. Outdoor Recreation and Park Visitation during the COVID-19 Pandemic Using Surveys and Big Data

Will Rice, Assistant Professor of Outdoor Recreation and Wildland Management, Department of Society and Conservation

3/9 - Community Perspectives on Empowerment from Trophy Hunting Tourism in Namibia

Jenn Thomsen, Associate Professor of Park, Recreation, and Tourism Management, Department of Society and Conservation

3/23 - Evaluating Predictors of Landscape-Scale Social-Ecological Regime Shift Signals in Near Real-Time in the Great Plains Rangelands

Sapana Lohani, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Society and Conservation

3/30 - Addressing Multiple Dilemmas in Shared Natural Resource Systems

Sechindra Vallury, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Society and Conservation

4/13 - Finding Water: An Investigation of Split-Season Water Rights Leasing Feasibility in Montana

Brian Chaffin, Assistant Professor of Water Policy and Governance, Department of Society and Conservation

For more information contact: Libby Metcalf (elizabeth.metcalf@umontana.edu) and Laurie Yung (laurie.yung@umontana.edu).

Systems Ecology Seminar Series

For more information visit the Systems Ecology Seminars Page.

This lecture series is generously supported by the NSF Institute on Ecosystems, the UM Water Center, and the Higuera, Valett, Metcalf and Six labs. 

Graduate Seminar in Wildlife Biology - WILD 594

Location: This lecture series is offered remotely via Zoom. | Time: Fridays from 1 to 2:50 p.m.

For more information vistit the Wildlife Biology webpage.