Every quarter, the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences holds weekly SEFS Seminars with faculty and experts. These seminars provide a space for presentation and discussion of a variety of topics relevant to the school and its students. Each seminar is held at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesdays via Zoom. After each presentation, a discussion time will be held. You can watch previous Seminars on the SEFS YouTube channel.
The SEFS Seminar Series is made possible with support from the Corkery Family Environmental and Forest Sciences Director’s Endowed Chair fund.
Winter 2021 Seminars:
Jan. 13 – POSTPONED to Jan. 27
Jan. 20 – Polly Olsen, tribal liaison with the Burke Museum
Jan. 27 – (RESCHEDULED) Susan Waters, rare plant ecologist with the Center for Natural Lands Management and affiliate faculty member at University of Washington, Bothell
“Prairie restoration west of the Cascades: impacts on pollinator communities and feedbacks to native plants”
Feb. 3 – John Withey, faculty member at Evergreen State College
Feb. 10 – Heida Diefenderfer, Pacific Northwest National Library
Feb. 17 – Laura Dee, faculty member at University of Denver
Feb 24 – Derek Churchill, forest health program with the Washington Department of Natural Resources
Mar 3 – Pinki Mondal, faculty member with the University of Delaware
“The changing landscape of Delmarva: A geospatial data science approach to inform policies”
Mar 10 – Aerin Jacobs, conservation scientist at the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
“Connecting and protecting habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon”