Courses

Courses

A crowd-sourced list of current GGE courses is available. Click here

Fall Quarter 2021

 

ECL 200AN. Principles of Ecology. Instructor: Fernanda Valdovinos, fvaldovinos@ucdavis.edu

Time: Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00-11:50am

Section A01: Thursdays, 10:00-10:50am; CRN 29835

Section A02: Thursdays, 11:00-11:50am; CRN 29836

Section A03: Thursdays, 12:10-1:00pm; CRN 29837

Location: Olson 205 (MW lecture); Wickson 2120B (Thursday discussions)

Note: this course is restricted to graduate students only.

ECL 245. Climate Change & Water. Instructors: Erwan Monier, emonier@ucdavis.edu, and Mark Lubell, mnlubell@ucdavis.edu.

CRN: 29844

Time: Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30am-1:00pm

Location: Wellman 7

Note: cross-listed with HYD 245 and ATM 245

ECL 271. Ecology Research. Instructor: Tom Schoener, twschoener@ucdavis.eduClick here for more information.

CRN: 29845

Time: Wednesday, 12:10-1:00pm

Location: Storer 2342

ECL 296/EVE 290. Seminar. Instructor Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra, rossibarra@ucdavis.edu.

CRN: 29919

Time: Thursdays at 4:10pm.

Location: Young 198

Speaker schedule: Click here.

ECL 298. R Davis. Instructor: Tyler Scott, tascott@ucdavis.edu.

CRN: please contact GGE coordinator 

Time: Thursdays, 2:10-4:00pm

Location: Shields 360

Note: this course is restricted to graduate students only.

ECL 298 (2 units). Causal Chain. Instructor: James Sanchirico, jsanchirico@ucdavis.eduClick here for more information.

CRN: 29929

Time: Thursdays, 1:10-3:00pm

Location: Wickson 2120B

ECL 298. GRFP NSF Grant Writing. Instructor: Steve Sadro, ssadro@ucdavis.edu. Click here for more information.  

CRN: 29927

Time: Sept. 13 at 10am (see flyer for specifics); Tuesdays 12:00-2:00pm

Location: Zoom (see flyer for specifics)

 

ECL 290s. Participatory seminars

290s will be listed here as they are announced.

Ecological Networks. Instructors: Fernanda Valdovinos and Becca Nelson. Click here for more information.

Description: This is a graduate-level seminar (1-unit) focused on discussion of topics related to structure and dynamics of species interaction networks. We will meet weekly to discuss two journal articles. Some topics will include: How do we analyze mutualistic networks? How do hybrid mutualist-antagonist networks contribute to our understanding of ecological communities? In what ways can trait and behavioral information be integrated into ecological networks? How can networks inform conservation efforts? How does anthropogenic global change affect the structure and dynamics of species interaction networks?

CRN: 29847

Time: Mondays, 2:10-3:00pm

Location: Wickson 2120B

Wild Energy Seminar - Energy and the Environment in Transition. 1 unit. Instructor: Rebecca Hernandez. Click here for more information.

Description: For both ecologists and energy scientists framed around pressing topics at the interface between energy and the environment. Engage with impactful research activities on energy and its interaction with Earth’s resources and species and how these interactions may link to climate change mitigation, protection of biodiversity, and other socio-ecological goals. Weekly speakers.

CRN: 29848

Time: Wednesdays, 12-1:00pm

Location: Zoom

Best Practices for Project Management in Ecology. 1 unit. Instructor: Steven Sadro, MJ Farruggia and Dave Ayers. Click here for more information.

Description: Are you feeling overwhelmed managing one or more research projects? Do you wonder how some people do this with astounding efficiency? Chances are they rely on a series of good practices, organizational structures, and software tools. It’s likely that you incorporate some, but perhaps not all, of these tricks-of-the-trade. This 290 is designed to facilitate a series of weekly student discussions where we can all learn from each other and ultimately achieve effective and efficient project management. Potential topics include database design and management, reference management, file path design, version control, and code organization.

CRN: 29849

Time: TBD

Location: Zoom

 

Other courses

WFC 298. Sustainable Oceans: Natural and Human Systems