Speaker: Hayden Hedman, SEAS PhD candidate
Description: The use of antibiotics in animal husbandry has promoted not only antibiotic-resistant bacteria among livestock but also spillover between other livestock, wildlife, and humans. Join us as Hayden Hedman, PhD candidate under the mentorship of Dr. Lixin Zhang and Dr. Joseph Eisenberg, discusses his work studying the spillover of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and how agricultural practices affect the ecology and evolution of antimicrobial... Read more...
Jennifer Dowdell (MLA 2007), Project Manager and Landscape Ecological Designer/Planner, Biohabitats
Jennifer Missett, Senior Water Resources Engineer, Biohabitats
Tom Stosur, Director of Planning, City of Baltimore
The panel will discuss their collaboration leading in recent work on a citywide Green Network Plan for Baltimore, MD that integrates ecology into an open space planning process, supporting resilience, quality of life, and revitalization for all community members. The Green Network... Read more...
Dr. Blossey will share evidence of deer impacts from his work on multiple ecological stressors.
He will also review how Cornell University and surrounding communities have dealt with deer management and showcase methods that are beginning to improve living conditions for other species.
Bernd Blossey is intimately involved in different approaches to deer management at Cornell and in the surrounding municipalities. He has developed a network of deer exclosures to study impact of deer on many... Read more...
Join Conservation Ecology as they host Dr. Bernd Blossey, an Associate Professor at Cornell University. He will be speaking on the conservation of native understory plants threatened by invasive plants, invasive earthworms and deer. His talk is on January 26th, from 3pm to 4pm in 2024 Dana Building.
The U-M Green Career Fair is co-sponsored by the U-M School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS), Program in the Environment (PitE), Students for Clean Energy, and Net Impact. Employers will be on-campus recruiting for jobs and internships in environmental and sustainability fields. The event is open to all U-M undergraduate and graduate students from across degree programs. Updated event information will be posted at greencareerfair.com.