Workshops & Roundtables

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The 2018 AOS conference will host a suite of thematic workshops and round tables that offer timely and novel information on an array of topics. These include professional development and diversity training, and exciting new advances in ornithological research, management, education, and conservation.  The workshops emphasize the theme of the conference, Celebrating Connections: Birds without Borders.

Workshops are hands-on, professional development sessions, either half-day or full day, where participants gain new skills and knowledge in a hands-on and interactive learning environment.    

TIME & LOCATION TITLE ORGANIZERS Pre Register Fee
Monday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.   Professional Development for Current and Prospective Graduate Students Scott Lanyon Not required $10
Tuesday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Get spatial! Using R as GIS and spatial analyses Michael T. Hallworth & Clark Rushing Required Student $10

Non-Student $30

Tuesday 8:00 am  to 5:00 pm. Packages for streamlined bioacoustics analyses in R Grace Smith Vidaurre & Marcelo Araya-Salas Required Student $10

Non-Student $30

Tuesday 8:00 am  to 5:00 pm. Taking the Next Step with R: Data Management, Publication Quality Graphics and Function Building Auriel Fournier & Matt Boone Required Student $10

Non-Student $30

Tuesday 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Making Science More Inclusive: Identity, Mentoring, and a Game of Cards Scott A. Taylor

 

Not Required None

Roundtable Discussions are gatherings that provide opportunities for individuals interested in a specific topic to meet in a programmed time and place to converse on current issues, future directions, or generate planning documents. Round-tables are open discussions facilitated by the organizer. 

TIME & LOCATION TITLE ORGANIZERS
Tuesday, April 10 8:00 am to Noon (12:00 pm).   Challenges and opportunities for conservation of non-migratory birds in North America Erik Blomberg and Beth Ross
Thursday, April 12 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Keeping our Feet Wet – Recent Progress and Future Directions in Rusty Blackbird Research Carol Foss and Luke Powell
Friday, April 13 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. First meeting of the R oRnithologists: Discussing current issues and newest uses of R in the Ornithology world Matt Boone

For any questions regarding workshops and round tables, please contact the Scientific Program Committee: cconway@uidaho.edu