Dr. Angela Fuller of Cornell University will present "Decision Science in Social-Ecological Systems"
- Thursday, September 9, 2021 from 3:30pm to 4:30pm
- Via Webex. Contact [email protected] by noon the day of the seminar to receive login information.
Dr. Angela Fuller will be presenting a virtual talk entitled, "Decision Science in Social-Ecological Systems" as the first installment of the MSU Ecology Fall Seminar Series. All are welcome to attend!
Angela Fuller is the Leader of the USGS New York Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and a Professor in the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment at Cornell University. Her research focuses on spatial ecology and decision science, integrating ecology, social science, conservation biology, and quantitative modeling to influence the way species and landscapes are managed. The focus on decision science contributes to informed conservation and management decision making. She has engaged state, provincial, federal, NGO, and international government partners in decision science applications. Her current research spans multiple species including leopard, dhole, Andean bear, fisher, moose, and bighorn sheep in diverse regions from NY, Canada, Nepal, Ecuador, Peru, and Colombia. Dr. Fuller is a fellow of the Wildlife Society and serves in several science advisory roles including the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Species Survival Commission, Bear Specialist Group, and Bear Monitoring Expert Group. Dr. Fuller is currently advising 2 postdoctoral scholars, 5 doctoral students, and 1 Masters student. You can read more about her research at: https://blogs.cornell.edu/fullerlab
The MSU Ecology Fall Seminar Series is put on by graduate students and held every Thursday at 3:30. A complete schedule can be found on the MSU Ecology Seminar Series webpage.
- Dana Doney