Join us for this year’s educational science series featuring:
JULY 11 - EMBERE HALL
Climate Change in Wyoming’s Mountain Habitats. Can Wildlife Cope?
Embere Hall is a postdoctoral Research Scientist with the Wyoming Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Wyoming. She is interested in the ecological effects of climate change, and how wildlife may adjust to changing environments through unique habitats or behaviors. Prior to joining the Coop Unit, Embere served as the Research Director for the Conservation Research Center of Teton Science Schools in Jackson, Wyoming. She received her PhD in Ecology from the University of Wyoming, her MS in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from Iowa State University, and her BS in Wildlife Ecology & Management from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
1171 SHERIDAN AVENUE
RECEPTION - 5:30 PM
PRESENTATION - 6:15 PM
Event is free and open to the public.
Learn about other lectures in this series: June 12 with Anya Tyson.