M.S. in Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science

Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science - M.S. Program Seminars

Upcoming seminars

Spring 2023 Weekly Seminar Schedule

Date Speaker Title Affiliation
Jan 18 Caren Goldberg Detection and analysis of populations using eDNA and eRNA: current applications and possibilities for the future Washington State University
Jan 25 Michala L. Phillips A Confluence of Extremes: Trajectories and Tipping Points of Terrestrial Ecosystems USGS Pacific Island Ecosystems Research Center
Feb 1 Kamala Anthony, Nāhōkū Kahana, & Manoa Johansen Hui Hoʻoleimaluō Hui Hoʻoleimaluō
Feb 8 Molly Timmers Using traditional and cutting-edge technologies to explore, understand, and support ocean biodiversity and conservation Marine Ecologist, Pristine Seas, National Geographic Society
Feb 15 Angela I. Faʻanunu Agritourism in Hawaii - Challenges & Opportunities College of Business & Economics
Feb 22 Ande Buskirk Forestry and Wildlife on Hawaiʻi Island Hawaiʻi Island Division of Forestry and Wildlife
May 3 Douglas McCauley An Industrial Revolution in Our Ocean University of California Santa Barbara
May 22 Samantha Chapman & Adam Langley Coastal Wetlands of the Future Biology Department, Center for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Stewardship, Villanova University
May 29 Lisa Barrett Conservation breeding and preparing endangered Hawaiian birds to thrive in the wild San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance

Past Seminars

Details of past seminars can be found in our Archived Seminars Section