SEFS Seminar Series

The seminars are held on Wednesdays from 3:30 to 4:20 p.m. in Anderson 223, and we'll host a casual reception in the Forest Club Room after the first seminar of each month. Students can register to take the seminar for course credit as SEFS 529A.

SEFS Seminar - Autumn 2015

Week 1: September 30

"The Trees By the Stream are Your Uncle: Traditional Knowledge and Resource Management in Southwest China"
Professor Stevan Harrell
SEFS/Anthropology

Week 2: October 7*(Distinguished Alumni Speaker)

"Integrated Pest Management Application to Future Forest Health"
Will Littke
Retired Forest Health Researcher, Weyerhaeuser

Week 3: October 14

"Constraints and Drivers of Bark Beetle Outbreaks: And How We've Made a Difficult Lifestyle Easier"
Professor Ken Raffa
University of Wisconsin

Week 4: October 21

"How to Shoot Usable Video of your Research"
Ethan Steinman
Producer/Director, Daltonic Films

Week 5: October 28

"Climate Change Adaptation on Federal Lands in the Western U.S."
Dr. Jessica Halofsky
Research Ecologist, Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Lab

Week 6: November 4*

"What Do Faculty Know About Undergraduate Curricula? Some Insights From Faculty Leadership at UW"
Michelle Trudeau
Director, SEFS Student and Academic Services

Week 7: November 11

No Seminar (Holiday)

Week 8: November 18

"Nature's Services: Advancing Frontiers in the Communication, Science and Practice of Ecosystem Services"
Dr. Anne Guerry
The Natural Capital Project

Week 9: November 25

No Seminar (Thanksgiving)

Week 10: December 2*

"To Drone or Not to Drone: UAS for Ecological Applications"
Professor Monika Moskal
SEFS

Week 11: December 9

"Real Changes? 20-year Interpretation of the Northwest Forest Plan"
Professor Bernard Bormann
SEFS

* Indicates reception after seminar