COVID-19 UPDATES – Pathways: Human Dimensions of Wildlife Conferences
The Pathways team is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it is having around the globe. At this time the following updates have been made to our 2020 schedule:
To give everyone better predictability, we have decided to postpone Pathways Europe 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause you and deeply appreciate your understanding.
While we will miss seeing everyone this fall we will be rescheduling for the same location at the Wageningen International Congress Centre in Wageningen, The Netherlands for Fall 2022. We will send out a notification via Exordo and our social media channels (Facebook: @pathwaysHDW; Twitter: @PathwaysCon; Instagram: csupathways) once the new dates have been confirmed.
If you have questions regarding the status of Pathways 2021, please contact our team at wcnr_hdnr_Pathways@Mail.colostate.edu.
Pathways: Human Dimensions of Wildlife is a conference and training program designed to address the myriad issues that arise as people and wildlife struggle to coexist in a sustainable and healthy manner.Our mission is to increase professionalism and effectiveness in the Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management field. We invite you to join us in this critical wildlife conservation effort.
After a successful 2019 conference in Estes Park, Pathways will again return to the United States for another year of dialogue, presentations and trainings that engage state, national and international levels. We invite you to join us in this critical wildlife conservation effort.
For more information on Pathways 2021, please visit our website at https://sites.warnercnr.colostate.edu/pathways/.
Human Wildlife Interactions: Spring Seminar Series
Due to COVID-19, the HWI seminar series has been paused for the remainder of spring semester and will resume again in the fall. Videos from our first talk by Dr. Neil Carter can be found on our Department Youtube Channel.
After the success of last year’s series, the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources is excited to convene the Human Wildlife Interactions Seminar Series again in partnership with the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology
A joint seminar series from the Departments of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology and The Human Dimensions of Natural Resources. This series showcases the importance of interdisciplinary research on Human Wildlife Interactions and will spark opportunities for greater collaboration across disciplines. It is the intention of this series to engage students and faculty from a variety of areas involved in critical conversations about how to address today’s global conservation challenges.