Conservation sciences seminar series

The Conservation Sciences Seminar brings to you a series of talks from across academic and geographical boundaries. While COVID-19 has challenged the way we do our work at the University, it has given us the unique opportunity to offer virtual seminars. Our speakers bring a fresh perspective into the science of conservation, it's communication and building a community that encourages unconventional ideas and solutions.

Please join us for the weekly seminar! The audience is typically faculty, students and staff from the UMN Conservation Sciences Graduate program, but the seminars are public and everyone is encouraged to attend.

Upcoming SEMINAR: January 29, 2021

12:00 - 1:00pm CST Password: Spring2021

Conserving Large Carnivores in India: Role of Science

Dr. Yadvendradev V. Jhala

Wildlife Institute of India, Sr. Professor and Dean

The CS Graduate Program at the University of Minnesota provides world class graduate training and research opportunities. We prepare leaders to develop effective solutions to conservation and management challenges through understanding coupled biological and human systems.

The Seminar Series is led by Conservation Sciences graduate student volunteers who organize and manage the schedule.

CONS 8001 is a required course for Conservation Sciences graduate students, but ALL are welcome!