Talks, Videos, and Articles
- Moravek, J.A., Williams, T., Parker-Shames, P. July 2022. Pub Science: Wildlife in California. Ocean View Brewery.
- Moravek, J.A., Toz Soto, Justin Brashares, Albert Ruhi. November 2021. Off-channel pond habitats create temperature diversity within the mid-Klamath watershed. Klamath Basin Monitoring Program (KBMP) meeting with Klamath watershed stakeholders. Virtual.
- Conis, E., McCoyd, M., & Moravek, J. A. (2020). What to Expect When a Coronavirus Vaccine Finally Arrives. New York Times, 20.
- Moravek, J.A. 2019. The dam dilemma: balancing hydropower, rivers, and people. TEDx Fulbright Glasgow. Glasgow, Scotland.
- Moravek, J.A., Joshi, P., Joshi, S. & Karmacharya, D. 2017. The Carnivore Disease Project: A One Health Disease Study by CMDN. Center for Molecular Dynamics – Nepal. Kathmandu, Nepal.
Teaching and Mentoring
- The California Tribal Youth Water Program is a pilot program that engages indigenous high school students across California to learn more about water resources in the state. Each student chooses a body of water and completes a research project on that body of water, and then presents their research at the statewide Tribal Water Summit in Sacramento, CA. I am a project mentor for four students and work with them on developing project proposal, researching, and presenting their results.
- Through the UC Berkeley Sponsored Projects for Undergraduate Research program, I mentor three Berkely undergraduate students on work related to the Sierra Nevada Beaver Project. These students learn geospatial analysis and data management skills and assist with critical elements of the research process. We also work on professional development skills and networking.
- The UC Berkeley Environmental Science Senior Thesis (ES175) course guides Environmental Science students through the process of planning, conducting, and writing a senior thesis research project. As the Graduate Student Instructor (2021-2022) for this course, I individually mentored students in the class on research planning, data analysis, interpreting results, and writing.
- The Be A Scientist program connects graduate students at UC Berkeley to 7th grade classrooms throughout the East Bay. Mentors guide groups of students through research projects where they learn how to make predictions, collect data, analyze data, and interpret results.