Dolan presentation kicks off NAS spring series
We’ve already told you in this space about Prof. David Dolan’s presentation on Lake Erie this Friday (Feb. 10) at 3:30 p.m. in Environmental Sciences Room 323. It kicks off the Natural and Applied Sciences spring seminar series. In case you were wondering, here’s a complete list of this spring’s programs.
- Feb. 10 — Prof. David Dolan, “Lake Erie: Reports of its death have been greatly exaggerated (again!)”
- Feb. 24 — Prof. Patricia Terry, “Sustainability: Lessons from Europe”
- March 23 — Prof. Daniel T. Zitomer of Marquette University, “Anaerobic co-digestion for sustainable waste management”
- April 6 — Prof. Stephen Weeks of the University of Akron, “General Evolution of Hermaphrodism in Animals”
- April 20 — Prof. Dallas Blaney, “Environmental Flows, Political Dams”
- May 4 — Prof. Steve Dutch, “How the West Dominated Technology, or What I Learned From My General Ed Course”