Come to an informal Career Conversation co-sponsored by CSO and ES Program to hear Jeffrey Langholz, a leading conservation expert and a recognized authority on the growing role that private lands play in accomplishing the triple goals of biodiversity conservation, economic development and social justice. His teaching and research focus on biodiversity conservation and sustainable development worldwide.
He is founder and director of the Monterey Institute’s Conservation Leadership Practicum and former head of its 70-student master’s program in International Environmental Policy. He is a past member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s World Commission on Protected Areas, and a recent Fulbright Scholar in South Africa.
The meeting will take place in Hillcrest student lounge on Thursday, September 17 at 1:30 PM after the ES Colloquium.