Former EPA administrator to speak at SPEA and will lead a discussion about US environmental policy.
President Obama: “Gina has focused on practical, cost-effect ways to keep our air clean and our economy growing. She’s earned a reputation as a straight shooter. She welcomes different points of views.”
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Is mass incarceration the new Jim Crow?
January 16 6:00pm
Free screening of the documentary 13th
Free food and drinks!
Part of the #SPEAhonorsMLK series of events.
The Arc of the Moral Universe is Long: The Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King
January 17 12:30pm
12:30pm – interactive walk through SPEA. Begins on 1st floor north lobby (by vending machines)
12:45pm – discussion about the extent to which King’s vision has been realized.
Adam Fudickar, Environmental Science Speaker Series
January 18 4:00pm
Environmental Resilience Institute
Department of Biology
On the move: How integrative biology can provide insight into the response of migratory birds to environmental change,
January 18 4:00pm
Henley Business School
University of Reading
Knowledge Spillovers for Schumpetarian Entrepreneurship
John D. Graham, Environmental Policy Seminar
January 19 2:00pm
Solving the Federalism Dilemma: The Unusual Role of California in Spurring Clean Cars
White House Wednesday
January 24 12:30pm
Event series runs weekly on Wednesday from Jan 24 to Apr 18, 2018.
Brandon Boor, Environmental Science Speaker Series
January 25 4:00pm
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering
Topic: Indoor air quality
January 26 12:00am
Launch a career in Washington, DC - Meet alumni, employers and faculty at SPEA’s first Career Catalyst.
Adam Ward and Riley Walsh, Environmental Policy Seminar
Meet energy and sustainability employers and alumni and network with members of two SPEA student associations.
RSVP to email@example.com.
Nicole Marwell, G&M Speaker Series
February 02 12:00pm
University of Chicago
School of Social Service Administration
Hosted by: Brad Fulton
Daniel Raimi, Environmental Science Speaker Series
February 08 4:00pm
Lecturer in Public Policy
University of Michigan Resources for the Future
The Fracking Debate: The Risks, Benefits, and Uncertainties of the Shale Revolution
Co-sponsored with The Environmental Policy Seminar series.