The First Annual College of the Environment Pecha Kucha, held on December 2, 2020, featured nine postdocs from across the College that showcased research from tree snakes and wolves, to forest management and South Pole snow.

Faculty members José Guzmán, Bruce Nelson and Julia Parrish were on hand to host this lightning talk special event.  If you missed it live, check out the video recording.

Stay tuned for details on the next College of the Environment Pecha Kucha!  We will be making announcements late Winter Quarter to early Spring Quarter 2021.


Featured 2020-21 Pecha Kucha postdoc presenters included:

Staci AmburgeyStaci Amburgey
School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
“Silent islands? The quest to manage brown treesnakes”

Ellie BorsEllie Bors
The Cooperative Institute for Climate, Ocean, and Ecosystem Studies
“Managing fish on the move in Norway’s Arctic”

Simone Des RochesSimone Des Roches
School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
“Social variation within humans shapes our interactions with other species”

Marie McGrawMarie McGraw
Department of Atmospheric Sciences
“Extreme sea ice loss is hard to predict”

Benjamin MillerBenjamin Miller
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
“Do reservoirs make rivers more productive?”

Lisanne PetraccaLisanne Petracca
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
“The recovery of wolves in Washington state”

Pranab Roy ChowdhuryPranab Roy Chowdhury
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
“How sustainable are the forest management practices in the Pacific Northwest?”

Mary Ann RozanceMary Ann Rozance
School of Marine and Environmental Affairs
“Transformation for global action: A new type of scientist”

Max StevensMax Stevens
Department of Earth and Space Sciences, now NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
“Measuring snow compaction at the South Pole”

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