The Department of Forest & Wildlife Ecology weekly seminar series will be held on Wednesdays from 1:15 – 2:15, in room 184 Russell Labs (see full schedule below). Seminars start Feb 14, and continue through 5/1. Seminars are free and open to the public – all are welcome!
Seminar Title (Click blue titles to view seminar recording)
Mode (In-person or Online)
FWE faculty 'host'
Dr. Mark Rickenbach
Research Integrity Officer: Does that come with a badge?
This past summer Mark left CALS leadership for the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. As an interim associate vice chancellor and research integrity officer (RIO), he oversees research misconduct, conflict of interest, and research security. In this seminar, he will share his career path and discuss the importance of maintaining public trust in the research mission with real world examples that get people noticed (and not usually in good ways).
no Dept seminar, but Forest Ecologist seminar 2/19 2 pm
Dr. Abhishek Chatterjee
Dr. Angela Smilanich
University of Nevada-Reno
Dr. Jon Pauli
Dr. Robi Bagchi
University of Connecticut
Can natural enemies influence variation in diversity among plant communities?
Sound Forest Lab
Spring Break- no seminar
Dr. Judy Che-Castaldo
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Assessing Viability Under the Endangered Species Act Using the Species Status Assessment Framework
Dr. Obed Hernandez Gomez
New Mexico State University
Measuring microbiome responses to environmental change to inform conservation of amphibians and reptiles
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The linked webpage is: https://plantpath.wisc.edu/seminars/
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