The Environmental Science and Policy Program at MSU is pleased to announce a panel discussion about freshwater security in the Great Lakes Region. Panelists will include Fisheries and Wildlife faculty members William Taylor and Heather Triezenberg.
Dr. Jo Latimore, Academic Specialist in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, will presenting a seminar entitled "Advancing freshwater science and stewardship through engagement and collaboration".
Drs. Patricia Soranno and Kendra Cheruvelil, Professors in Fisheries and Wildlife at MSU, will present a joint seminar entitled "Developing a macrosystems ecology understanding of freshwaters: lessons from studying thousands of lakes".
Jay Hesse, Research Division Director for the Nez Perce Tribe, will present a seminar entitled "Fisheries co-management: A MSU graduate student's experience with the Nez Perce Tribe".
The North American Indigenous Student Organization at Michigan State University is hosting a Pow Wow of Life to celebrate Native American culture and traditions. This year's theme will be "Giving Back to the Earth".
Dr. Nyeema Harris, Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Michigan, will present a seminar about her research of the biogeography of ecological communities.
Dr. Timothy Van Deelen, Professor of Forest and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, will present a keynote seminar entitled "The population biology of wolf recovery in the Great Lakes region".
Dr. Rique Campa, Professor of Fisheries and Wildlife and Associate Dean of the Graduate School at Michigan State University, will host a workshop about time management for MSU graduate students.
Please join us in celebrating the many contributions made by graduate students in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife. An ice cream social will follow the awards ceremony.