Environmental Sciences and Engineering Seminars: Spring 2012

To view the media links associated with these presentations, please go to the Spring 2012 ENVR 400 course page.

Date

Name

Title (click for abstract)

Time/Location

Seminar Type

01/6

Pete KolskySenior Water and Sanitation Specialist, Latin America and Caribbean Region World Bank, Washington, DC

Cholera Management in Haiti; Some Observations from a Sanitary Engineer

12:00 PM
1304 McGavran-Greenberg

Guest

01/18

Dr. Ken Sexton
Research Assistant Professor, ESE

What can you do with a smog chamber?

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

ENVR400 

01/20

Dr. David R. Singleton

Research Associate, ESE

Opening the “black box” of microbial PAH biodegradation

1:00 PM

1304 McGavran Greenberg

Special

01/25

Yen Low;
PhD Student, ESE

Prediction of liver toxicity using toxicogenomics and cheminformatics approaches

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

ENVR400 

02/01

Ampai Soros;
PhD Student, ESE

A biopolymer-coagulant for household water treatment in developing countries

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

ENVR400 

02/08

Bonnie Lyon;
PhD Student, ESE

A Tanning Bed for Waterborne Pathogens: Ultraviolet (UV) Drinking Water Treatment

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

ENVR400

02/15

Alison Sanders;
PhD Student, ESE

Toxic metals and you, your mother, and your child

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

ENVR400

02/22

Alex Carll;
PhD Student, ESE

The Nervous Link between Inhaled Diesel Exhaust and an Unstable Heart

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

ENVR400

02/29

Zac Adelman;
PhD Student, ESE

What’s your background? Long range air pollutant transport and the implications for regional air quality policy

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

ENVR400 

03/14

Ying-Hsuan Lin;
PhD Student, ESE

Formation of Secondary Organic Aerosol from Isoprene in the Earth’s Atmosphere

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

ENVR400

03/21

Daniel Rotroff;
PhD Student, ESE

Hormone Dysregulation and its Impact on Human Health: Transforming the Way Environmental Chemicals are Tested for Endocrine Disrupting Potential

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

ENVR400 

03/28

Joey Crosswell;
PhD Student, ESE

How big storms make North Carolina’s normally-modest estuarine carbon fluxes wild and wet

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

ENVR400

03/21

Daniel Rotroff;
PhD Student, ESE

Hormone Dysregulation and its Impact on Human Health: Transforming the Way Environmental Chemicals are Tested for Endocrine Disrupting Potential

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

ENVR400 

4/11

Richard G. Luthy,
Silas H. Palmer Professor
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University

Re-Inventing Urban Water Infrastructure

12:00 PM
0001 Michael Hooker Research Center

2011 AEESP Distinguished Lecturer

*Abstracts will usually be available a week before the seminar

 


ESE Seminar Archive:
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