Mattias Klum gives Boyd Lecture at UGA

On November 11th Mattias Klum delivered the 2011 fall Boyd Lecture at the University of Georgia (UGA) in Athens, to launch the new UGA Integrative Conservation (ICON) Ph.D. program, organized in part by the Center for Integrative Conservation Research. The Boyd Distinguished Lecture Series, supported by UGA’s Office of the Vice President for Research and the William S. and Elizabeth Boyd Foundation, brings international leaders to UGA in science, education, and related fields to discuss contemporary issues in education and research. His lecture, titled “The Big Picture: Communicating Conservation in a Complex World,” is free and open to all. On November 12th, Mattias led a workshop on strategic communication and an outdoor photography course for students.