The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

 

Fall 2020 Seminar Series

Held Wednesdays, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM  via zoom 

FALL 2020

26 - Aug

Faculty

UArizona

Faculty Introductions

2 - Sep

Faculty

UArizona

Faculty Introductions

9 – Sep

Faculty

UArizona

Faculty Introductions

16 - Sep

Joe Brewer**

U of Kansas

Research focus: Indigenous land tenure, ecosystem management, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, resilience and adaptation

23 - Sep

Adrian Quijada

Tribal College Consortium in Genomics Training

“Challenges and opportunities for genomics in Tribal education”

30 - Sep

Brady McGee

USFWS, NM

“Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery”

7 - Oct

Kirby Bristow

AZGFD

"Research and Management of game species in Arizona"

14 - Oct

Ron Trosper

UArizona

“Fundamental characteristics of Traditional Ecological Knowledge”

21 - Oct

Andrew Curley**

UArizona

Research focuses on the everyday incorporation of Indigenous nations into colonial economies

28 - Oct

Crystal Leonetti

USFWS, Alaska

“Alaskan Native Relations and Natural Resources”

4 - Nov

Carol Chambers

NAU

“Life and Times of an Endangered Rodent”

11 - Nov

Veteran’s Day

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No Seminar

18 - Nov

Kim Tallbear**

U of Alberta

Native American Studies (research focus includes: science, technology, environment, sexuality, indigenous government, culture, and Native American DNA)

25 - Nov

Lacrecia Johnson

USFWS, AZ

“Masked Bobwhite: Hope for the Future”

2 - Dec

Nonabah Lane**

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Navajo - Ethno Agriculture Topics and with focus on development of tribal sustainable energy strategies

9 - Dec

Marit Alanen

USFWS, AZ

"On the Precipice: Working to Recover the Mt. Graham Red Squirrel"

 

 

**CO-SPONSORED BY UARIZONA- SLOAN INDIGENOUS GRADUATE PARTNERSHIP

& INDIGENOUS FOOD, ENERGY, WATER, SECURITY AND SOVEREIGNTY-KARLETTA CHIEF, PI