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School of Natural Resources and Environment

School of Natural Resources and Environment

SNRE Seminar

All seminars are on Mondays from 1:55-2:45 p.m. in McCarty Hall D, Room G001. You may view them live via Zoom for Spring 2023.

Recordings of past seminars are available here.

Classes for the Spring 2023 semester begin January 9. Holidays/Breaks: January 16, March 11-18. Classes end April 26.

*Seminar schedule is subject to change. If you have any questions, please call us at 352-392-9230.

Seminar Series

Presenter/Presentation Title

January 9, 2023

No seminar - First day of classes

January 16, 2023

No seminar - Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 23, 2023

Dr. Alison Adams

Seminar Expectations

January 30, 2023

Dr. Alison Adams

Icebreaker Activity

February 6, 2023

Laurel Kaminsky

Tackling the Ecosystem of Data: Research Support and Tools for Success in the UF Libraries

February 13, 2023

Tyler Carney

Power to the Pollinators: Using Utility Bill Fees in a Stated Preference Study of Florida Residents to Protect Pollinators

February 20, 2023

Dr. Joel Correia

Amazonian Archipelagos: Rethinking Relationships Between Indigenous Territories and Conservation

February 27, 2023

Megan Donovan

Advancing Climate Risk Mitigation of Crop Production in the Southern U.S.

March 6, 2023

Aaron Pilnick

Intensive Aquaculture of the Long-Spined Sea Urchin Diadema antillarum with Restoration Considerations

March 13, 2023

No seminar - Spring Break

March 20, 2023

Dr. Miguel Acevedo

Stumbling with the Medici Effect: Adventures in Interdisciplinary Ecology

March 27, 2023

No seminar

April 3, 2023

No seminar - but we ask that students attend the SNRE Student Research Symposium on April 4

April 10, 2023

Sinomar Ferreira Da Fonseca 

Indigenous Peoples's Rights in the Brazilian Amazon

April 17, 2023

Forrest Lefler

Diversity of Cyanobacteria in Tropical and Subtropical Fresh Waters

April 24, 2023

Ashpreet Kaur

Campus Zero Waste Program: Toward a Better Understanding of Zero Waste Program Success