Seminars

Join the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation for a seminar series on ethics, justice and diversity in the natural sciences. This seminar series is open to FCFC students, staff and faculty. The public is invited to view recordings of these presentations online.

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

Dr. Daniel Wildcat, Haskell Indian Nations University - "TEK: An Antidote to Anthropocene Destruction" on September 14 at 5 p.m. Watch the recording of this presentation here

Aja Desmond, Earthtone Outside - "Confronting Our Biases in Outdoor Spaces" on September 28 at 3 p.m. Watch the recording of this presentation here

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. Watch the recording of this presentation here

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

FCFC Seminar

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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

This lecture series takes place during spring semester. Check back soon for information about the 2021 series.

Systems Ecology Seminar Series

This lecture series takes place during spring semester. Check back soon for information about the 2021 series.

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

Wilderness Lecture Series

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Sign up for NRSM 371 Wilderness Issues Lecture Series! The work required for the UG section (NRSM 371, CRN: 30238) includes attendance at all course meetings, 2 page reflection/response paper on 5 of 6 lectures, your choice. Please note, there is also a graduate seminar associated with these lectures:
NRSM 594 03 River Science and Conservation (1 credit). The workload for G section includes the same as UG section, plus synthesis/integration of assigned readings (1 or 2 per speaker) in the paper.

For more information, please contact: Andrew Larson (a.larson@umontana.edu) or visit the Wilderness Institute website

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.