Dr. Patricia Wright: Into the Forbidden Forest: Discovering the Biodiversity Treasures of a Madagascar Rainforest
Please join us for the 2022 Kolshorn Lecture featuring Stony Brook University's Herrnstein Endowed Chair in Conservation Biology, Dr. Patricia Wright, at 5:00 PM on Thursday, September 22, in 105 Cargill Building.
Light refreshments at 5:00 PM
Lecture at 6:00 PM.
Dr. Wright has primarily conducted her research on biodiversity, lemurs, ecosystem genomics and exploration in Madagascar over the past 25 years and she will share some her unique insight and experiences with us.
The event is free to attend but requires an RSVP.
About the Lecture Series
Each year, the FWCB invites a distinguished scientist or conservationist to campus to give the Kolshorn Lecture. The Kolshorn lecture series was established in 1982 to honor Otto W. Kolshorn. Otto Kolshorn was a farmer, teacher, school board member, and Justice-of-the Peace from Goodhue County, Minnesota, who served 5 terms in the Minnesota House of Representatives.