School of Ecology Events

April 2019

Monday, April 1

ICON & Ecology Dissertation Defense: Katie Brownson

"From incentives to impact: An evaluation of the socioecological impacts of Payments for Ecosystem Services"

Tuesday, April 2

Ecology Seminar: Seth Wenger

"Data-Driven Aquatic Conservation," Seth Wenger, assistant professor in the UGA Odum School of Ecology and director of science in the UGA River Basin Center....

Thursday, April 4

2019 George H. Boyd Distinguished Lecture

"Can–and should–technology reverse extinction?," Beth Shapiro, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at UC Santa Cruz and HHMI investigator. Shapiro...

Tuesday, April 9

Ecology Seminar: Richard Chandler

"Dynamics and Viability of Trailing-Edge Bird Populations in the Southern Appalachian Mountains," Richard Chandler, associate professor of wildlife ecology...

Wednesday, April 10

Neotropical Montology Collaboratory Guest Lecture

"The Web of Life: Birds and the Memory of South American Temperate Forests," Dr. Tomás Ibarra from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Villarica...

Tuesday, April 16

Georgia Water Resources Conference

The biennial Georgia Water Resources Conference provides an open forum for the discussion of water policies, management strategies and the results of...

Non-Academic Ecological Careers Panel

Professional development workshop organized by the Odum Graduate Student Organization. Confirmed panelists include: Dr. Anjali Kumar (USAID, Washington,...

Wednesday, April 17

Georgia Water Resources Conference

The biennial Georgia Water Resources Conference provides an open forum for the discussion of water policies, management strategies and the results of...

Public Screening: Hidden Rivers

The rivers and streams of the southern Appalachian region are some of the most biologically diverse in North America. Athens filmgoers will have the chance...

Friday, April 19

Exhibition: Corals, from Sea to Screen

Inspired by the documentary "Chasing Coral," this exhibition showcases the Emmy, Peabody and Sundance awards won by the film, plus photography by Meigs...

Opening Reception: Corals, from Sea to Screen

Coffee and light refreshments will be served to celebrate the opening of "Corals, from Sea to Screen," an exhibition inspired by the documentary "Chasing...

Film Screening: Chasing Coral

The Odum School of Ecology will host a screening of the award-winning Netflix documentary “Chasing Coral,” followed by a Q&A session with James W. Porter,...

Saturday, April 20

CANCELLED - STEMzone @ G-Day

Due to weather conditions leading up to G-Day, the Miller Learning Center lawn will be too wet to support STEMzone's booths and activities. Look for STEMzone...

Monday, April 22

Exhibition: Corals, from Sea to Screen

Inspired by the documentary "Chasing Coral," this exhibition showcases the Emmy, Peabody and Sundance awards won by the film, plus photography by Meigs...

Tuesday, April 23

Exhibition: Corals, from Sea to Screen

Inspired by the documentary "Chasing Coral," this exhibition showcases the Emmy, Peabody and Sundance awards won by the film, plus photography by Meigs...

Wednesday, April 24

Exhibition: Corals, from Sea to Screen

Inspired by the documentary "Chasing Coral," this exhibition showcases the Emmy, Peabody and Sundance awards won by the film, plus photography by Meigs...

Disease Ecology Seminar: Yun Tao

"Movement Before the End of Time: Analyses of Transient Movement Dynamics and Their Applications in Disease Ecology," Yun Tao, Intelligence Community...

Thursday, April 25

Exhibition: Corals, from Sea to Screen

Inspired by the documentary "Chasing Coral," this exhibition showcases the Emmy, Peabody and Sundance awards won by the film, plus photography by Meigs...

EcoReach Movie Night

Join EcoReach for an evening of environmental documentaries. "Patterns of the Ocean" (45 minutes) by The Jetlagged, a team of filmmakers dedicated to...

Friday, April 26

Exhibition: Corals, from Sea to Screen

Inspired by the documentary "Chasing Coral," this exhibition showcases the Emmy, Peabody and Sundance awards won by the film, plus photography by Meigs...