Noontime Seminar Series
We have an exciting lineup of talks for our spring noontime seminar series. On January 23 graduate student Marilyn Averill kicked off the spring series by discussing the recent COP/MOP meeting on climate change that she attended in Canada. Rudy Juliano from University of North Carolina's Department of Pharmacology participated in a roundtable discussion "Building a Science Policy Program" on January 26.
The spring schedule is below. All talks, which are free and open to the public, are held at noon at 1333 Grandview Ave., Boulder unless otherwise noted. For directions, click here.
- Adam Briggle, President's Council on Bioethics, February 20.
- Steve Quane, Peak Oil and the Struggle for Sustainable Energy: A Congressional Staffer's Perspective, February 23.
- Diane McKnight, Climate change, acid mine drainage, and mountain sports in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, March 6.
- Erik Fisher, Integrating societal concerns into nanotechnology research, March 20.
- Krister Andersson, Having a Say and a Saw: Comparing Municipal Forest Governance in Bolivia and Guatemala, April 3.
- Jerry Peterson, A nuclear option for a hydrogen economy, April 17.