ESE Seminars: Spring 2013

ESE Seminars: Spring 2013
Date
Speaker
Title (click for abstract)
Area
Time/Location
Seminar Type
JANUARY
16
Courtney Woods,
Lecturer, ESE

Classes for the Masses: How Online Learning and Community-based Participatory Research Can Democratize Education and Scientific Research
Education
12:00 pm
BCBS Auditorium (MHRC 0001)
ENVR400
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23
Jordan Kern,
PhD Candidate, ESE
The Impacts of Electricity Market Deregulation and Wind Power Integration on the Health of River Ecosystems
Water & Energy Resource Management
12:00 pm
BCBS Auditorium (MHRC 0001)
ENVR400
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29
Michael C. Dodd
Sunlight-Driven Photolysis of Free Chlorine to Reactive Oxygen Species for Enhanced Inactivation of Chlorine-Resistant Microorganisms (.pdf)
Water Quality and Modeling
10:00 am
MHRC 0015
Guest Seminar
30
Kyle Messier,
PhD Candidate, ESE
North Carolina Radon: Drinking Water with a Geology Problem
(.pdf)
 
Water Quality and Modeling

 

12:00 pm
BCBS Auditorium (MHRC 0001)
ENVR400
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FEBRUARY
 
1
Barron Henderson,
ESE Alum
The Role of Models in Fundamental Atmospheric Science (.pdf) Air Quality Modeling
12:00 pm
MHRC 0003/0004
Guest Seminar
6
Jose Zavala,
PhD Candidate, ESE
Mimicking the Lungs: Developing New In Vitro Technology for Studying the Toxicity of Air Pollution (.pdf)
Exposure Science and Engineering
12:00 pm
BCBS Auditorium (MHRC 0001)
ENVR400
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13
Matthew Woody,
PhD Candidate, ESE
What TSA Screening Doesn’t Detect: Organic Aerosols from Aircraft (.pdf)
Air Quality Modeling
12:00 pm
BCBS Auditorium (MHRC 0001)
ENVR400
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20
Eric Staunton,
PhD Candidate, ESE
“In the N zone: Integrating Nitrogen Removal with Energy Recovery from Hog Waste” (.pdf)
Environmental Engineering
12:00 pm
BCBS Auditorium (MHRC 0001)
ENVR400
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27
Roham Bakhtyar,
Post-Doctoral Researcher, ESE
Sediments on the Move: How to Predict Their Effect on Our Changing Coastlines
Environmental Modeling
12:00 pm
BCBS Auditorium (MHRC 0001)
ENVR400
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MARCH
6
Vanessa Pereira,
Visiting Scholar,
Johns Hopkins University
Drinking Water Quality and Treatment Research on Both Sides of the Atlantic
Water Quality
12:00 pm
BCBS Auditorium (MHRC 0001)
ENVR400
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13 SPRING BREAK
20
Nick DeFelice,
PhD Candidate, ESE
North Carolina’s Burden of Disease Due to Drinking Water
Health Sciences
12:00 pm
BCBS Auditorium (MHRC 0001)
ENVR400
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27
Matt Stiegel,
PhD Candidate, ESE
Perturbation of Endogenous Human Biomarkers in Response to Environmental Stressors
Exposure Assessment
12:00 pm
BCBS Auditorium (MHRC 0001)
ENVR400
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*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