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The Next Generation of Natural Resources

Students present their projects online

  • 30 April 2020
  • Author: Frederika Bain
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The Next Generation of Natural Resources

Join in as the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management spotlights outstanding undergraduate and graduate student work through Zoom presentations.

  • Tuesday, May 5, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:05 p.m., NREM’s senior undergraduate students will present their Undergraduate Senior Capstone Projects. You’ll learn ways to keep Africanized honeybees out of the Islands, manage invasive algae, and increase carbon sequestration in the Ala Wai. Join Zoom Meeting here; password: 494; call in +1 669 900 6833 US; meeting ID: 561 912 842
  • Wednesday, May 6, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., NREM’s  graduate students in the Masters of Environmental Management program will present their capstone project defenses for the second week, from an assessment of Native Hawaiian resource management to a look at post-fire invasive species. Click on the Zoom link here (please note this is a different Zoom link than the usual seminar link and is also different from last week’s link). Meeting ID: 932 4010 2390; password: 5h3ZR3; call in at 13462487799,,93240102390#,,#,432460# US.
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