Our purpose is to enhance educational and professional development opportunities for Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources students; to facilitate social and scholarly interaction among graduate students of the diverse disciplines within Warnell, as well as between graduate students and faculty; and to serve as an advocacy organization for graduate student concerns.
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Monday, September 19, 2016
4:30pm Careers in Life Sciences Networking and Panel Event at UGA Riverbend South Research Laboratories (register and details HERE).
4:00pm ECOLOGY SEMINAR: River food webs: An integrative approach to bottom-up flow webs, top-down impact webs, and trophic position by Dr. Art. Benke in the Ecology Auditorium
6:00pm Forestry Club meeting in 1-304 with Drax Biomass. Food provided.
9:00am Pro-caffeination hour: “Lightning Round” student collaboration ideas in 4-132
12:30pm Women in Science (WiSci) “Brown Bag” lunch discussion in 4-132
1:25pm CONSERVATION SEMINAR: Conservation science and opportunities in the U.S. Geological Survey by Dr. Mary Freeman in the Ecology Auditorium
4:00pm River Basin Center Third Wednesday Symposium. The River Basin Center is located at 203 D.W. Brooks Drive between the School of Ecology and Hardman Hall.
4:00pm Leveraging genomics to improve staple crops by Jason Wallace. S175 Coverdell Building
6:30pm Forestry Club meeting in 1-304 with American Forest Management . Pizza provided.
4:00pm Warnell Seminar: The Australian invasion: eucalypt pests and their biological control by Dr. Simon Lawson, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia; refreshments at 3:30, in 1-304
6:30pm GPSA General Body Meeting; location TBD
4:00pm Butterflies, Corals, and the Future of Humankind: A Last Lecture by Dr. James Porter. University of Georgia Chapel. Reception: 5:00 pm- 6:00 pm. UGA Administration Building