ESE Seminars: Fall 2011

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Date

Name

Title (click for abstract)

Time/Location

Seminar Type

09/07

David McNelis;
Director, Center for Sustainable Energy, Environment and Economic Development, UNC

Is Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, or Daiichi Relevant vis-à-vis the safety of current and new nuclear power reactors?

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

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09/14

Wanda Bodnar;
Director, Biomarker Mass Spec Facility

Biomarker Mass Spectrometry- Pushing the Boundaries of Sensitivity and Selectivity

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

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09/21

Haofei Zhang;
PhD Student, ESE

Effect of Relative Humidity on Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

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09/28

Theresa O’Meara;
PhD Student, ESE

Dueling algae: macro- vs micro- algal dominance in response to a changing climate

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

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10/05

Semra Ozdemir;
PhD Student, ESE

The Willingness of Americans to Pay for Social Programs: An Application to Reducing Childhood Poverty

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

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10/14

2011 ESE Distinguished Alumnus Award Winner:

Leonard A. Smock

Professor of Biology and Director, VCU Rice Environmental Center, Virginia Commonwealth University

Spatial and Temporal Heterogeneity: Implications for the Ecology and Bioassessment of Blackwater Streams

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

Special Guest Seminar

10/19

Sujey Carro;
PhD Student, ESE

How is it Globin? Butadiene Biomarkers of Exposure

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

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10/26

Jing Hu;
PhD Student, ESE

Is Bioremediation Really Remediation?

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

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11/02

Scott Hauswirth;
PhD Student, ESE

Manufactured Gas Plant Tars: What Are They and What Can We Do About Them

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

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11/09

Riley Flowers;
PhD Student, ESE

Anion Exchange Resins as a Source of Nitrosamines and Nitrosamine Precursors

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

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11/16

Hong Sik Yoo;
PhD Student, ESE

Why is it important to understand the metabolism of Trichloroethylene in its risk assessment?

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

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12/01

Dr. Louie Rivers;
Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice/Environmental Science & Policy Program, Michigan State University

Of Abalone and Dust Bowls: At risk minority and marginalized communities and the natural environment

12:00 PM
1301 McGavran Greenberg

Guest Seminar

*Abstracts will usually be available a week before the seminar

 




Other Seminars of Interest at:

UNC:

    • UNC Applied Mathematics Seminars

    • UNC Carolina Center for Genome Sciences

    • UNC Carolina Environmental Program (CEP) Events

    • UNC Center for Environmental Health and Susceptibility Events

    • UNC Curriculum in Ecology

    • UNC Curriculum in Toxicology Weekly Seminar Series

    • UNC Department of Chemistry

    • UNC Marine Sciences Seminar Series

    • Speakers at Carolina

NCSU:

    • Seminars in the Civil Engineering Department

    • Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

DUKE:

    • Pratt School of Engineering, Civil and Environmental Seminars

    • Duke Center for Environmental Solutions – Seminar Series on Environmental Institutions

    • Duke University – Events Calendar

ORGANIZATIONS:

  • NIEHS Distinguished Lecture Series

  • Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI) Seminar Series

Last updated May 29, 2013