Past events

Fenner School of Environment and Society past events.

06
Dec
2023
1pm 6 December 2023
By Heather Burns

How can we mitigate the increased threats that native wildlife face following bushfires? Join us as Heather Burns' discusses her PhD research that has focused on how small mammals and reptiles in fire-affected areas respond to the addition of coarse woody debris piles.

03
Dec
2023
11pm 3 December 2023

Submit your image for this years theme - Adaptation.

24
Nov
2023
12pm 24 November 2023

Impact, legacy & projections: 50 years of interdisciplinary environmental research

24
Nov
2023
12pm 24 November 2023
By Emeritus Professor Stephen Boyden and Professor Tony Capon

Join Emeritus Professor Stephen Boyden as we welcome his 2023 release, 'A Biorenaissance: The Human Place in Nature, Past, Present and Future’. Prof. Boyden will discuss the essence of what he has learned and what he feels is important from his more than a half century's work in human ecology and biohistory

21
Nov
2023
5.30pm 21 November 2023
By Claudia Romero and F.E. “Jack” Putz

The 2023 Jack Westoby Lecture will this year feature two ecologists, Dr. Claudia Romero and Prof. F.E. 'Jack' Putz, from the Tropical Forests and People Programme in the Forest Research Institute at the University of the Sunshine Coast

14-15
Nov
2023
14 November 2023
By Fenner research students

ANU Fenner School of Environment & Society research students from across our cohorts are presenting their work in two days of talks

08
Nov
2023
1pm 8 November 2023
By Xuemei Bai and Steve Lade

Join us as our own distinguished Prof. Xuemai Bai and Dr. Steve Lade discuss Earth safe system boundaries for climate, the biosphere, water and nutrient cycles, and aerosols at global and subglobal scales. Learn how cities can be transformative agents for a climate-safe future.

27
Oct
2023
12.30pm 27 October 2023

The Fenner International Lunch is back! Join us to celebrate the diversity of foods and cultures that you can find at Fenner, and get ready for some extreme yumminess!

18
Oct
2023
2pm 18 October 2023
By Gil Tal, Alan Jenn and Scott Hardman

What is the role of Zero emission vehicles (ZEV) in addressing climate change? What are the behavioural and policy related aspects that must be considered as we transition to ZEVs? Join us as researchers from UC Davis explore pathways to ZEV adoption and carbon neutrality from lessons learned in California.

18
Oct
2023
10am 18 October 2023
By Ben Kooyman

This workshop offers structural techniques to create a clear narrative and argument for the thesis.

09
Oct
2023
1pm 9 October 2023
By Jenna Ridley

MPhil student, Jenna Ridley, will present her research on how the Black Summer affected the southern greater glider, and what the future holds for this endangered species.

04
Oct
2023
1pm 4 October 2023
By Prof. Luis Miguel Renjifo

Visiting researcher, Luis Miguel Renjifo, gives us an insight into the challenges and joy of leading Colombia's bird conservation strategies.

10
Aug
2023
28
Sep
2023
10am 28 September 2023

CartoGIS Semester 2 Courses

25
Sep
2023
1pm 25 September 2023

Considering further study after you graduate? Aren't quite sure what is involved? Then this event is for you.

12
Sep
2023
2.15pm 12 September 2023

This is an opportunity to connect with your new HDR colleagues as well as ongoing peers. We will discuss advice for starting out strong, and what makes Fenner special. All Fenner PhD and MPhil students are welcome.

06
Sep
2023
1pm 6 September 2023
By Professor Noam Levin

Israel has a long history of fire, since its early uses in the Paleolithic period. In this talk, Prof. Noam Levin will follow the history of fires in this region, discuss the current drivers of wildfires and remote sensing approaches used in Israel for mapping wildfires and their associated hazards.

04-05
Sep
2023
4 September 2023

The Crawford Fund’s Annual Conference is a highlight of Australia’s agricultural development and food security calendar.

01
Sep
2023
4.30pm 1 September 2023

RSB & Fenner Multicultural Party Night

22-23
Aug
2023
22 August 2023
By Fenner research students

ANU Fenner School of Environment & Society research students from across our cohorts are presenting their research in two days of talks.

21
Aug
2023
5pm 21 August 2023

An event for FSES's final-year students and recent graduates to gain access to career options that are in line with their interests in forestry and related sectors while expanding their professional connections.

10
Aug
2023
1pm 10 August 2023
By Jackie O'Sullivan

Jackie’s PhD explores the ecological role of bushrocks through several observational and experimental studies in agricultural landscapes.

10
Aug
2023
28
Sep
2023
10am 10 August 2023

CartoGIS Semester 2 Courses

09
Aug
2023
1pm 9 August 2023
By Ben Kooyman

This workshop provides techniques for structuring and delivering a presentation and effective strategies for communicating your message more confidently.

18
Jul
2023
2pm 18 July 2023

This workshop will be an opportunity for Fenner HDR supervisors to reflect on their supervision practices and renew their registration with the ANU Supervision Framework.

06
Jul
2023
1pm 6 July 2023
By Honorary Professor Andrew Campbell

ACIAR CEO and Fenner Honorary Professor Andrew Campbell will reflect on his seven years leading the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)

30
Jun
2023
4.30pm 30 June 2023

A happy Pride Month to you! In this context, we would like to invite you to our Queer Movie Night – a joint event between RSB & FSES for queer people, their friends, and allies.

28
Jun
2023
1pm 28 June 2023
By Ben Kooyman

This workshop examines the tools and strategies to help you to manage, organise and categorise your literature more effectively

13-14
Jun
2023
13 June 2023
By Fenner research students

ANU Fenner School of Environment & Society research students from across our cohorts are presenting their research in two days of talks.

07
Jun
2023
2pm 7 June 2023
By Hon. Lecturer Clem Davis,Hon. Associate Professor Liz Hanna, Dr. Philip Kokic

The climatic influences on First World War death rates have not previously been quantified. In this seminar, disease and climate sensitivity are given a closer examination.

31
May
2023
12.30pm 31 May 2023
By Emeritus Professor Libby Robin, Professor Saul Cunningham and Dr. Leo Joseph

Join Professor Libby Robin as she launches her latest book What Birdo is That? A Field Guide to Bird People, a book that draws heavily on the National Library's collections. Professor Saul Cunningham will be introducing the event, & Professor Robin will be joined in conversation by Dr Leo Joseph. Bookings essential

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