Forestry Hanover Seminar Series presents: Dr. Daniel Williams, USDA Forest Service

Date: October 14, 2014
Location: 225 Natural Resources

Time: 4 p.m. (Refreshments at 3:55 p.m.)

Making sense of place and making sense of natural resources social science

Presented by:

Dr. Dan Williams
Research Social Scientist
Rocky Mountain Research Station
USDA Forest Service
Fort Collins, Colorado


Room 225 Natural Resources


Dr. Dan Williams is a research social scientist in the human dimensions program of the USDA Forest Service. He was a faculty member at University of Illinois, Virginia Tech and Utah State before joining the Forest Service. His research interests include assessment of emerging collaborative governance practices in natural resource planning and decision making; application of social-geographic analysis to assess place specific meanings and values; and adaptation of advances in philosophy and methods of social science for application to natural resource contexts.