A new quarter means a new lineup for the Fish and Wildlife Ecology Seminar Series! Several speakers for this quarter are from the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. All seminars are held at 4 p.m. in the Physics and Astronomy C520 room.
The Fish and Wildlife Ecology Seminar Series is organized by graduate students in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences at UW. It is a place for students and faculty to learn about the latest research and exchange ideas across departments. You can find recordings of past seminars here.
Fall 2019 Quarter Schedule:
Oct. 7 “Washington Predator Prey Project – Collars, Cameras and Forensic Identification” – Sarah Bassing and Taylor Ganz, SEFS
Oct. 14 – “Old ‘Friends’ and New Enemies: How Evolutionary History can be Used to Predict Impact of Insect Herbivorest” – Patrick Tobin, SEFS
More seminars will be posted as information is available.