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Department Seminars

About

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

We meet Fall 2022 on Mondays from 12:50 pm – 1:40 pm in 2010 Biltmore Hall.

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

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

Schedule

August 29
Understanding patterns through the chaos

Leah Rathbun, Assistant Professor, Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources

September 12
Ten years of wildlife health and conservation work in the Galápagos (2013-2022)

Greg Lewbart, Professor of Aquatic, Wildlife, and Zoological Medicine, NCSU Vet School

September 19

Three stories about managing parasites in the Anthropocene

Skylar Hopkins, Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Ecology

September 26

Managing environmental threats using classical biological control

Greg Wiggins, Biological Control Administrator, NCDA&CS Beneficial Insect Lab

October 3

Nailing the 15-minute scientific talk

Larry Nielsen, Professor Emeritus and former Provost, NC State

October 10

No seminar – fall break

October 17

Two experiences with Environmental Justice: Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) land claims; and citizen action against pollution in North Carolina

Kwinn Doran, Assistant Professor, History and Humanities, Shaw University

October 24

Ecosystem Services on CNR forest lands

Sam Cook and John Saunders, Forest Assets Team, College of Natural Resources

October 31

Teaching at the college level

Angela Allen, Director of the Environmental Technology Program, Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources

November 7

TBD

Travis Howell, PhD student and Remote Sensing Project Manager, WIthersRavenel

November 14 – Student Presentations

November 28 – Student Presentations

December 5 – Student Presentations