No seminars this week

As the Thanksgiving Holiday rapidly approaches, there will be no seminars this week in Hardin Hall.

Seminars resume next week, beginning with the School of Natural Resources Seminar Series on Wednesday, Nov. 28. The Geography and Applied Ecology seminar series’ will both host talks on Friday, Nov. 30.

On Nov. 28, Guillermo Baigorria—a professor and crop simulation modeler at SNR—will present "Evaluating Dynamic, Statistical and Stochastic Downscaling Methods in Crop Modeling," in the Hardin Hall auditorium at 3:30 p.m.

Baigorria's lecture is the last in the SNR Seminar Series. A seminar by Lisa Pennisi scheduled for Dec. 5 has been canceled.

The Geography General Seminar Series concludes Friday, Nov. 30, at 2 p.m. in room 228 at Hardin Hall with Annabel Major's "The Master Naturalist Program."

Christopher Chizinski is the featured speaker of the Applied Ecology series. His seminar, "The Nebraska Creel Survey: Why We Stay Up All Night," is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 30, at 3 p.m. in Hardin Hall room 163.

For more information about all of SNR's seminars visit the seminar page at