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Past Events

A dinner lecture about CWD and a wet lab to practice collecting samples for CWD testing from white tailed deer.

Day of lectures about wildlife and conservation medicine.

Join us for a talk with Dr. Katherine McClure, Ph.D., Atkinson Postdoctoral Fellow with the Cornell Wildlife Health Center. She will be presenting on her current research, "Wolbachia for the Birds: Novel Vector Control...

The evidence supporting a diet of minimally processed foods close to nature, predominantly plants, will be presented and contextualized.

Reception to follow

Please join us for the first ZAWS event of the year which will be a Q&A panel with some of our faculty members involved in conservation and zoo & exotics medicine! The panel will take place on Thursday, October 10th at...

Researching, Building, and Teaching for a World on the Move

University Welcome by Michael Kotlikoff, provost.
Introduction of the Migrations Initiative by Wendy Wolford, vice provost for international...

The global conservation community has moved beyond its traditional emphasis on establishing protected areas to one that seeks approaches that achieve a wide range of social, economic, and ecological co-benefits for...

Issues in African Development Seminar Series examines critical concerns in contemporary Africa using a different theme each semester. The seminars provide a forum for participants to explore alternative perspectives and...

Join us for a conversation on food, food security, and environmental stewardship.

View the livestream or join us in person!


1:00-1:10PM Welcome

Lorin Warnick, Professor, and Austin O. Hooey...

Beyond Fences: Policy Options for Wildlife, Livelihoods and Transboundary Animal Disease Management in Southern Africa