This session will occur on Friday, May 14, 2021, from 9:00 AM - 11:15 AM

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Time

Presenter

Talk Title

9:15 AM Whitney Fleming (she/her) How Best to Procrastinate Writing Your Thesis: 7 easy steps to indefinitely prolong your graduate career 
9:30 AM Madeleine Scott (she/her)

Songbird mobbing of Northern Pygmy-Owls: A function of risk across landscapes and seasons 

9:45 AM

Katie Nicolato (she/her) 

Cloud-Automated LiDAR Segmentation Quantifies Salvage Logging Effects on Burned Woodpecker Habitat 

10:00 AM

Christopher Cousins (he/him/his/el) and Lindsay Millward (she/her)

How to avoid being an ass (Equus asinus) in the field: Tips for being a supportive and encouraging member of a field team 

10:15 AM

Nicole E. Peckham (she/her) 

Risk effects: fact, fiction, or context-dependent? 

10:30 AM

Arif Jan 

Addressing Biological Invasions in Riverscapes through Hutchinson’s duality 

Break from 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Prizes will be awarded for the best presentations:

Best PhD talk: $250

Best MS talk: $250

Best undergraduate talk: $250

Best non-research talk/poster: $250

Best graduate poster: $250

Best undergraduate poster: $250

Best mentor/mentee poster: $500