The School of Natural Resources, its faculty and affiliated programs sponsor various seminar series. Unless otherwise indicated, all are open to the public. View selected Seminar Series schedules for previous years. Past "Special Seminars" for the current year can be view at the Special Seminar page.
Assessing the effects of a wind farm on Greater Prairie-Chickens: a mechanistic approach
Nitrates in Nebraska Groundwater and a Small Town's Plight to Avoid Treatment
Steve Lavin Memorial Lecture: The Times (and the Pixels) They Are A-Changin'
High frequency sensors for addressing local to global environmental problems
Microbial responses to environmental change: Implications for wetland restoration
Fragmentation effects on great plains fishes
Chittaranjan Ray, Director of the Nebraska Water Center
A joint series sponsored by the School of Natural Resources and the Nebraska Water Center (part of the Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute) presents a variety of themes related to water and natural resource sciences.
Speakers from UNL, other universities and public agencies address a wide range of issues related to physical and human geography and geographic information science.
Seminars are open to all UNL faculty, staff and students. Graduate students can earn 1 credit by enrolling in GEOG 902.
Fall & Spring Semesters
Presents a variety of themes related to birds, animals, fish, and other Applied Ecology topics
Speakers from UNL and other agencies address topics related to finding jobs, graduate schools, and other topics which enhance a person's skill set and resume.
Presents a variety of themes related to natural resource sciences and occasional public policy or management issues
Graduate students, staff, and faculty have an opportunity to share their current research and activities, and receive feedback on this information.