Noontime Seminar Series
The Center’s noontime seminar series is an opportunity for Center students, staff, and affiliates to meet informally to discuss their research. This fall’s schedule is listed below. The talks, which are open to the public, are held at noon at the Center, 1333 Grandview Ave., Boulder. For more information please contact us at 303-735-0451.
October 11, Shep Ryen, ENVS graduate student:
“Deciding the fate of the Hubble Space Telescope”
October 25, Jana Milford, CU Dept. of Mechanical Engineering: “Use of atmospheric chemistry and transport models in air quality management”
November 8, Bob Frodeman, Department of Philosophy, University of North Texas: "Humanities Policy: What it is, and why it's needed"
December 6, Tom Yulsman, CU School of Journalism:
“What Makes News in Science?”