Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals, Part 2

Tuesday, August 19, 2014: 8:20 AM-5:20 PM
204B (Centre des congrès de Québec // Québec City Convention Centre)
8:20 AM
Not Fish, Not Meat: Some Guidance on How to Study Fisheries from an Interdisciplinary Perspective
Robert Arlinghaus, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Müggelseedamm 310, Berlin 12587, Germany and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Philippstrasse 13, Haus 7, Berlin 10115, Germany; John Post, University of Calgary; Len Hunt, Centre for Northern Forest Ecosystem Research; Mike Allen, University of Florida

8:40 AM
Make a Science of Communication
Beth Beard, American Fisheries Society; Samantha Wilson, Carleton University

9:00 AM
Creating Professional Networks for Successful Career Enhancement
T. Douglas Beard Jr., U.S. Geological Survey

9:20 AM
Interviewing Strategies and Tactics for Success
Henry Campa III, Michigan State University; Alexandra Locher, Grand Valley State University

9:40 AM
Perspectives on the Administration of Fisheries Programs
Fred Harris, NC Wildlife Resources Commission, Retired; Christian Waters, NC Wildlife Resources Commission

10:00 AM
Tuesday Morning Break

10:30 AM
Resource Management in the Face of Uncertainty
Daniel B. Hayes, Michigan State University; Bryan Burroughs, Michigan Trout Unlimited; Brad Thompson, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

10:50 AM
Evolution of a Fisheries Scientist: From Population Dynamics to Ecosystem Integration
Peter C. Jacobson, Minnesota Dept of Natural Resources

11:10 AM
Making Adaptive Management Work: Lessons from the Past and Opportunities for the Future
Michael L. Jones, Michigan State University; Gretchen Hansen, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

11:30 AM
Managing Your Career...It's up to You!
Jim Martin, Berkley Conservation Institute

11:50 AM
Why You Should Listen
Shauna Oh, California Sea Grant; Russell Moll, California Sea Grant (Retired)

12:10 PM
Tuesday Lunch

1:30 PM
Changing the Game: Multidimensional Mentoring and Partnerships in the Recruitment of Underrepresented Students in Fisheries
Stacy Nelson, North Carolina State University; Ernie F. Hain, North Carolina State University; Brett Hartis, North Carolina State University; Ashanti Johnson, University of Texas at Arlington

1:50 PM
Enhancing Communication Strategy for Fisheries Professional
Kelsey M. Schlee, Michigan State University; Stan Moberly, Northwest Marine Technology, Inc.; Patricia Stewart, Michgan State University

2:10 PM
Enforcing Fishery Laws: The Key to Protecting the Commons
Marc Gaden, Great Lakes Fishery Commission; Christopher I. Goddard, Great Lakes Fishery Commission; Jill Wingfield, Great Lakes Fishery Commission

2:30 PM
2:50 PM
How Will Invasive Species Impact the Future of Fisheries?
Andrew Drake, University of Toronto Scarborough; Nicholas Mandrak, University of Toronto Scarborough

3:10 PM
Tuesday Afternoon Break

4:00 PM
Leading with Vision
Kenneth Haddad, American Sportfishing Association; Jessica McCawley, Florida Fish and Wildllife Conservation Commission

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