School Seminar Series

Fall 2017 seminar will be held in the Small Science Auditorium in the old Science Center (S01-006) at 2pm.

This Fall we are highlighting the work done by our faculty.  As the School encompasses numerous disciplines, too often we lose sight of each other and the potential for new collaborations.  We also seek to share with the University community the unique breadth of expertise in the School and to more deeply engage our undergraduate students by sharing with them the multiple opportunities for research open to them in the School for the Environment.

FALL 2017 SCHEDULE

SEPT 13

 Professor John Duff  "Environmental Law and Policy"

Professor Alan Wiig "Free Enterprise Zones and the Geography of Urban Revitalization"

SEPT 20

 Professor Urban-Rich "Plastics in the Environment"

Professor Robyn Hannigan "Paleo Climate and Future Impacts"

SEPT 27  NO SEMINAR (Faculty meeting ISC 5300)
OCT 4  Professor Ken Reardon, subject will be related to community planning and equity
OCT 11  Professor Jack Wiggin, subject will be related to urban harbors and economic development
OCT 18  Dr. William Burns "Human Rights Implications of Climate Change Engineering Solutions"
(Dr. Burns is the Co-Executive Director of the Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment, School of International Service, American University)
OCT 25  NO SEMINAR (Faculty Meeting ISC 5300)
NOV 1  New Graduate Students - Results from Bootcamp 2017
NOV 8  Professor Bob Bowen, subject will be related to oceans, human health and big data
NOV 15

 Professor Alan Christian "Stream Restoration"

Professor Ellen Douglas, subject related to sea level rise modelling

NOV 22  NO SEMINAR (Faculty Meeting ISC 5300)
NOV 29

 Professor Antonio Raciti, subject will be related to ecological design

 Professor Mark Borrelli, subject will be related to coastline evolution and climate change

DEC 6  NO SEMINAR (Faculty Meeting ISC 5300)
DEC 13

 Professor Bob Chen, subject will be related to coastal environmental sensor networks

 Professor Georgia Mavrommati, subject will be related to ecological economics

 

 

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