Alex Godoy-Faúndez is a scholar from Chile who is in the Green Bay community for the three-week period through April 23. His visit is supported by the International Visiting Scholars program. His activities include guest lectures on our campus and at St. Norbert College, and visits to a number of community organizations. On Tuesday (April 12), he will guest lecture in Prof. John Katers’ Resource Management Strategy class on the topic of “Environmental History and a Latin-American Concept of Sustainability and Sustainable Development.” Members of the campus community are invited and encouraged to attend the lecture in Room 350, Studio Arts. Godoy-Faúndez is an associate professor of ecology and natural resources at the Universidad Andrés Bello in Santiago. He is also a research fellow in the university’s Research Center for Sustainability.
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9 Jan, 2020