Date: 10/1/17 11:17 am
From: Josée Rousseau <josee.rousseau...>
Subject: [obol] Seminar announcement - Dr. Amanda Rodewald
The second speaker in the Ecology and Conservation of Biodiversity seminar
series at OSU, Corvallis is a scientist studying birds. The talk is free
and open to public.

*Dr. Amanda Rodewald* is the endowed Garvin Professor and Director of
Conservation Science at the* Cornell Lab of Ornithology* and the Department
of Natural Resources at Cornell University. Her talk “Altered species
interactions in cities and the role of anthropogenic inputs” will be held
on Friday Oct. 6, at 3-4 pm, in LINC 302.

Amanda's research program seeks to understand how human activities and
global change influence animal communities and then apply that
understanding to conservation. More information about Amanda can be found

A poster about Amanda's talk is available here

Feel free to join us!!

Josée Rousseau
PhD Student, Dept. Forest Ecosystems and Society
Oregon State University, Corvallis OR

(541) 286-8617

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