MS Professional Presentation – Hollie Sutherland – “Camera Traps as a Tool to Increase Public Participation in Biodiversity Monitoring” Room 312A

To: Faculty & Students, Department of Environmental ConservationFrom: Brett Butler (Committee Chair)Re: Hollie Sutherland, Professional MS Presentation, 6-Mar at 9:00 AMHollie Sutherland, a Professional MS candidate in Environmental Conservation, will present her Professional Masters research entitled "Camera Traps as a Tool to Increase Public Participation in Biodiversity Monitoring" on 6-Mar-20 at 9:00 AM in Holdsworth Hall room 312A. Her committee members are Brett Butler (Chair), Todd Fuller, and Charlie Schweik....
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ECo Graduate Student Symposium

John Olver Design Building University of Massachusetts Amherst This student-organized symposium continues to bring together students, faculty, conservation professionals, and policy makers to share research, create connections, and discuss difficult questions and topics in environmental conservation, sustainability, and construction technology. We are pleased to announce that our keynote speaker this year will be Dr. Kathleen Bell from the School of Economics at the University of Maine. She will be speaking to us about spanning boundaries for career and conservation success. Check out our blog for Kathleen's bio, symposium updates, and more information! Please RSVP here by February 26th, 2020 We hope to see you there! All attendees are asked to abide by our Code of Conduct. ...
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Master’s Defense – Calvin Ritter – “The Ecological Value of Spruce Plantations in Massachusetts” Holdsworth 312A.

Calvin Ritter, MS candidate in Environmental Conservation, will defend his thesis paper entitled "The Ecological Value of Spruce Plantations in Massachusetts” on February 21, 2020 at 9:30 AM in Holdsworth 312A. His examination committee members are Dr. David King (chair), Dr. Stephen DeStefano and Dr. Daniel Clark.  A copy of his thesis is available in Holdsworth 225....
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