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UPCOMING EVENTS

Earth Week events at UW

Chasing Ice film screening

Stephanie Pfirman: Fostering a Resilient Career

DamNation film screening

Haub School Students' Upcoming Defenses

Earth Week at the University of Wyoming

Check back regularly for updates on events celebrating Earth Week, April 21-25, at the University of Wyoming. To add your own event to this calendar please email emilene@uwyo.edu.

Chasing Ice film screening

Watch the trailer and learn more about the film.

Chasing Ice film screening, University of Wyoming, Berry Center, 7 p.m., April 15, 2014

 

Haub School Environmental Leadership Series: A celebration of women at the forefront of our field

Haub School Environmental Leadership Series: Stephanie Pfirman

 

DamNation film screening

DamNation film screening April 23

Where obsolete dams come down, rivers bound back to life allowing salmon and other wild fish to return to primeval spawning grounds after decades without access. DamNation takes viewers through rivers and landscapes altered by dams, as well as through a metamorphosis in values, from conquest of the natural world to knowing ourselves as part of nature. Learn more and watch the trailer.

7 p.m., Wednesday, April 23

Gryphon Theater, 710 E Garfield St, Laramie, WY

Free and open to the public. Hosted by the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources.

Haub School Students’ Upcoming Defenses

Megan Taylor
Master of Public Administration/Environment and Natural Resources
Private oral examination (for non-thesis MPA program), Wednesday, April 9, 10 am
 

Devin Trainor
MS Natural Science Education/ Environment and Natural ResourcesProject title: Basic Psychological Need Fulfillment Through Adventure Education
Public defense:  Tuesday, April 15, 10 am in the Kendall House conference room
Abstract: This literature review explores adventure education programming through the lens of basic human need fulfillment.  The psychological needs theory of Self-Determination Theory (SDT) identifies fulfillment of the needs for competence, relatedness, and autonomy as necessary conditions for well-being and mental health in ones life.  Literature involving adventure education is assessed for evidence of SDT need fulfillment in the course setting.  Findings indicate that there is potential for SDT need fulfillment on adventure education courses.  Recommendations for increasing SDT need fulfillment are outlined for each need, along with recommendations for instructors, course structures and transference.  This literature review has implications that are relevant to course instructors, both adventure and experiential education organizations, and the broader role of educational institutions as a whole.
 

Timothy Sowecke
MA Environment and Natural Resources/JD
Project title: Whiskey is for drinking, water is for fighting: A Q-analysis of current and proposed instream flow laws in Wyoming
Public defense: Wednesday, April 16, 1 pm, Berry Center 327
Abstract: Through the use of stakeholder surveys and statistical analysis, this study identifies contentious issues in current and proposed instream flow legislation in Wyoming.

 

Anthony Baffoe-Bonnie

MS Agricultural and Applied Economics/Environment and Natural Resources
Project title: “Stacking Subsidies in Factor Markets: Evidence from Market Experiments.”
Public defense : Thursday, May 9, time and location TBD
Abstract: Government policies employ different programs such as subsidies to increase efficiency in markets and enhance societal welfare. In this study we use laboratory market experiments to analyze the distribution of subsidy benefits in factor markets when both buyers and sellers receive subsidies in a market with few buyers relative to sellers. Results from the experiments show that when subsidizing both sides of the market framing effects matter, and when markets are buyer concentrated, related subsidy distributions generally tend to favor buyers. 

Shannon Glendenning
Master of Planning/Environment and Natural Resources
Project title: Incorporating Climate Change into National Park Service Wilderness Planning Using Scenario Planning
Public defense: TBD
Abstract: TBD

 


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