Number of Programs: 4
115 Manly Miles Building, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.
The mission of the Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability is to develop and maintain a center of excellence that integrates ecology with socioeconomics, demography, and other disciplines for ecological sustainability from local, national, to global scales. The objectives include: conducting cutting-edge research on emerging issues related to ecological sustainability; training new generations of leading scholars for interdisciplinary research; and disseminating research findings across the globe.
Please see the events website below.
Usually held in 225 Natural Resources Building, 480 Wilson Road, East Lansing, MI, 48824. Please check the schedule for any variance.
The MSU Department of Forestry offers the Hanover Seminar Series, in which forestry experts from MSU and other institutions discuss issues affecting our forests and forest ecological communities.
- Thursday, April 12, 2018: 12:10 pm - 12:50 pm.
- Friday, April 20, 2018: 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
- Thursday, May 10, 2018: 12:10 pm - 12:50 pm
April 12 and May 10 Tours begin near the shed in the garden. In case of severe weather, join us for a virtual tour of the garden in the Main Library's Reference Instruction Room (first floor). The April 20 presentation will take place in the Hollander MakeCentral, Main Library 2 West.
The 2018 Library Environmental Series includes:
- April 12: Beal Botanical Garden Tour: The Earliest Spring Flowers: Ephemerals and the Coming of Spring Foliage
- April 20: Earth Day Upcycling
- May 10: Beal Botanical Garden Tour: Salad Days: The Edible Raw Greens of Spring
Urban Planning and Landscape Architecture Building, Room 101, 375 Wilson Road, East Lansing, MI, 48824.
The Quantitative Fisheries Center provides a research, outreach/service, and teaching program in quantitative fisheries management and risk assessment. The Center offers online courses, workshops, and short courses. The objectives of the Center are to:
- Build greater capacity within fishery management agencies in quantitative methods;
- Improve quantitative methods for assessing fish stocks;
- Assist agencies in the use of model-based approaches to decision making; and
- Develop a better understanding of fish community and population dynamics.