Dr. Loveday Conquest, Professor and Associate Director, Aquatic and Fishery Sciences; Director, Graduate Program in Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management, University of Washington

Thursday, July 13, 2006 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Loveday Conquest
Professor and Associate Director, Aquatic and Fishery Sciences; Director, Graduate Program in Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management
University of Washington
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LOVEDAY CONQUEST is Professor and Associate Director of the School of
Aquatic & Fishery Sciences. She is also Director of the graduate program
in Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. She is a Fellow of the
American Statistical Association and past chair of the Section on
Statistics and the Environment. As a winner of teaching awards in the
College of Ocean & Fishery Sciences and the UW Distinguished Teaching
Award, she was inaugural Director of the UW Teaching Academy. She has
been on the faculty at the UW since 1976. Her research is concerned with
the development and applications of statistical methodologies in natural
resource management. Research projects have included sampling strategies
in stream networks, analysis of environmental monitoring data,
incorporating human judgment in ecological sampling, and endangered
seabirds in Alaskan commerical fisheries.