Invited Talks 2020 and 2021
Island, H. (Feb. 6, 2021). Coastal River Otters of the Puget Sound. Sound Waters University, Remote Webinar. Whidbey Island, Washington. Coming Soon! Supplemental Reading List Referenced in Talk
Island, H. (Feb. 1, 2020). Density, Distribution, and Foraging Behavior of North American River Otters on Whidbey Island. Sound Waters University, Whidbey Island – Langley, Washington.
Skagit Valley Herald, October 26, 2019. Kimberly Cauvel. Whidbey Island takes a look at area otters.
Seattle Weekly, August 21, 2019. Julia-Grace Sanders. What can otters tell us about watershed pollution?
The Everett Herald, August 20, 2019. Julia-Grace Sanders. What can otters tell us about watershed pollution?
Whidbey Camano Land Trust Newsletter, July 31, 2019. Ron Newberry. A Professor’s Passion: Studying Otter Behavior.
South Whidbey Record, July 5, 2019. Laura Guido. Whidbey’s elusive river otters: Professor to discuss study of the sleek creatives on July 17, 2019.
Whidbey News Times, July 5, 2019, Laura Guido. Whidbey’s elusive river otters: Professor to discuss study of the sleek creatives on July 17, 2019.
Pacific University Blog, July 22, 2019. Joe Lang. Pacific Professor Studies How Ecological Conditions Affect Animal Behavior.
Admirals Cove Newsletter. Curious about our Community’s River Otter Population? May Issue, 2019. Dennis Egan.
Between Us – Psychotherapy Podcast with John Totten. Episode 7: Neurochemistry with Dr. Heide Island, December 2016.
Press Coverage of Old Projects
Oregon Brain Injury Alliance, The Headliner–Winter, 2014. Post-Concussive Syndrome among College Students: What professionals need to know about student needs in the classroom and how to work with them:Dr. Heide Island, PhD, Pacific University.
Pacific University Civic Scoop–Winter, 2014: Pacific University and an Animal Assisted Therapy Program Evaluation
The Oregonian, August 3, 2013: Pet Talk: Nonprofit organization uses clicker training to teach kids communication skills (mentions our program evaluation of TLDL)
Latham Letters–Winter, 2014: The Little Dog Laughed Animal-Assisted Therapy Program (mentions our program evaluation of TLDL)
The Oregonian, February 9, 2009, Looking for love, scientists start with the brain
The Oregonian, February 11, 2009. Uncommon Scents: What attracts the opposite sex