Amy Vedder

Lecturer

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Tel: 203-436-5950

Faculty Support

Julie Cohen
203-432-8467
julie.cohen@yale.edu

Office
Room 206
Kroon Hall
195 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT

Education

PhD in Zoology, Univ Wisconsin-Madison MSc, Univ Wisconsin-Madison B.A. in Biology, Swarthmore College

 

About

Amy Vedder worked as a practitioner of international wildlife and wild lands conservation for 35 years before coming to Yale’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies in 2013.   She undertook a variety of roles, having conducted ecological research, conceived and directed comprehensive conservation projects and continent-wide programs, and advised governments and non-governmental organizations on conservation strategies and policies.  Major subjects of focus during her management internationally and nationally include issues of local participation and governance, recognition of conservation values, landscape approaches, large-impact development, and the politics of wilderness/protected area designation.   

 

Courses

Course Fall 2019 Spring 2020 Fall 2020 Spring 2021
760
Conservation in Practice: An International Perspective
Vedder
Tu,Th - 5:30-6:50
Vedder
TBA - TBA
767
Building a Conservation Toolkit: From Project Design to Evaluation
Vedder
W - 5:40-8:30
Vedder
TBA - TBA