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The UW-Madison Department of Forest & Wildlife Ecology (FWE) will continue its weekly webinar series during the Fall semester of 2021. The “live” webinar events will be held from 3:00-4:00pm (CST) on Fridays, from October 15th through December 10th (unless otherwise noted). Recordings of the webinars will be posted after the “live” events. Webinars are free and open to the public.

See below for the full Fall 2021 FWE Webinar schedule.

DATE SPEAKER NAME SPEAKER INSTITUTION TALK TITLE
10/15/2021 Dr. Jennifer Stenglein Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Improving Wisconsin’s deer population estimates through integrated modeling
10/22/2021 Dr. Samniqueka Halsey University of Missouri Understanding disease emergence patterns by combining long-term data sets and computational approaches
10/29/2021 Dr. Alice Boyle Kansas State University Rain, movement, and changing perspectives on tropical and grassland birds
11/5/2021 Dr. Kathleen Dudzinski Dolphin Communication Project Talking with the animals: the science of animal communication
11/12/2021 Dr. Ryan Pavlick Cal Tech Jet Propulsion Laboratory Using the vantage point of space to understand and preserve the diversity of life on our pale blue dot
11/19/2021 Dr. Alyson Fleming UNC Wilmington Building ecological insights from marine mammal archives
11/26/2021 Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving
12/3/2021 Dr. Morgan Tingley UCLA Charting the spatiotemporal landscape of species’ responses to climate change
12/10/2021 Dr. Page Klug USDA Wildlife Services
Managing conflicts between birds and agriculture: evaluating methods at multiple biological levels & landscape scales