Environmental Sciences and Engineering Seminars: Spring 2011

To view the media links associated with these archived presentations, please go to the Spring 2011 ENVR Course page.

Date
Presenter
Affiliation
Title (click for abstract*)
Time/Location
Seminar Type
JANUARY
19
Rich Kamens
Retired Professor, ESE
Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation: Outdoor Chamber Kinetic Studies
12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center
ENVR400
26
Mark Sobsey
Professor, ESE
How can unsafe water be overcome in the developing world?
12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center
ENVR400
FEBRUARY
2
Dr. Greg Gangi
Research Assistant Professor, Insitute for the Envrionment

A Philosophical View on Environmental Education

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center
ENVR400
9
Dr. Miroslav Styblo
Associate Professor, Department of Nutrition

Environmental Arsenic: From Epidemiology to Molecular Biology and Back Again

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center
ENVR400
16
Wan-Yun Cheng
PhD Student, ESE

An Integrated Imaging Approach to the Mechanistic Study of the Oxidant Effects of Environmental Agents

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center
ENVR400
23
Jen Thomasen
PhD Student, ESE

The Automotive Refinishing Industry: Can we accurately measure exposure to asthma inducing chemicals?

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center
ENVR400
MARCH
2
Timothy Otten
PhD Student, ESE

The green monster of China’s Lake Taihu: insights into the microbial ecology of its toxin producing genera

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center
ENVR400
16
Milton Heath, Jr.
Retired Professor, The School of Government
Adjunct Professor, ESE

Should we have oil and natural gas drilling or windmill farms off the North Carolina coast?

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center
ENVR400
23
Jennifer Shields
PhD Student, ESE

Alternative indicators to predict water quality in Jordan Lake based on land-use characteristics

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center
ENVR400
28
John Groopman, Ph.D
Chair, Department of Environmental Health Sciences;
Anna M. Baetjer Professor in Environmental Health Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Aflatoxin: A 50-Year Odyssey of Mechanistic and Translational Toxicology
11:00 AM
235 Rosenau
Guest
30
Dr. Jason Suratt
Assistant Professor, ESE

Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from Isoprene: Potential Impacts of Biosphere on Air Quality

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center
ENVR400
APRIL
29
Peter J. Kolsky
Senior Water and Sanitation Specialist
World Bank
More than Money and Hardware: Water and Sanitation for Health in the Developing World
12:00 PM
1301 McGavran Greenberg
Special Seminar
2011 ESE Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient

*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