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Grad student in the field - Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology - Forestry and Environmental Resources Spotlight: William Casola - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Department Seminars


The Forestry and Environmental Resources Seminars are open to anyone interested.  This weekly seminar series is part of the course for students enrolled in NR601, FOR601 and FOR801.

We meet Fall 2021 on Mondays from 12:50 pm – 1:40 pm on zoom AND in Biltmore 2010.

These will not be recorded. Open to all interested – feel free to share!

If you would like to login for events, please contact Sarah Slover.

The full schedule and titles is listed in our event calendar.


August 23
The Multi-century Effort to Restore the American Chestnut

Jared Westbrook, Director of Science, American Chestnut Foundation

August 30
Panel Discussion: Forecasting a Changing Planet

Justin Baker, Katie Martin, Chris Jones, and Jordan Kern, North Carolina State University

September 13

From Poaching to Clinical Application of Anatomical Discovery in the White Rhinoceros

Anthony Blikslager, Head, Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, NCSU

September 20

Did disturbance diminish vegetation-environment relationships in forests of the Great Smoky Mountains?

Margaret Roberts, USFS

September 27

Research in Community Forestry and Tropical Restoration

Meredith Martin, Department of Forestry & Environmental Resources, NCSU

October 4 – Fall Break

October 11

Panel Discussion: Considerations for Developing Course Content in Environmental Justice

Lara Pacifici, Deptartment of Forestry and Environmental Resources
Wilma Subra, Louisiana Environmental Action Network
Thomas Shriver, NCSU Dept of Sociology & Anthropology
Deja Perkins, Center for Geospatial Analytics
Cavin Ward-Caviness, US EPA

October 18
Expanding the Use of Good Fire through Prescribed Burn Associations

Jennifer Fawcett, SERPPAS Prescribed Fire Work Group Coordinator
NC State Extension

October 25
Equitable Community Engagement

Delphine Sellars, Executive Director, Urban Community Agrinomics, Durham, NC

November 1

Quantifying the potential of ‘blue carbon’ as a natural climate solution

Lindsey Smart, Coastal Wetlands Scientist, The Nature Conservancy

November 8 – Student Presentations – timed brief presentations by students.

November 15 – Student Presenatations – timed brief presentations by students.

November 22 – No Seminar

November 29 – Student Presentations and Awards