Program for Spring 2018

Abstracts will usually be available a week before the seminar.

Seminar streams and feedback will now only be available via Sakai (note on gaining access).

January 24, 2018 - Frank Stillo III; PhD Student, ESE; Environmental Specialist, EHS
"Unleaded Water Only: The mental models approach to reducing water lead exposure in children"
Focus area: Risk Assessment
Introduction by Dr. Jacqueline MacDonald Gibson, Associate Professor, ESE

January 31, 2018 - Dr. Jacky Ann Rosati Rowe; Adjunct Professor, ESE; Chief of Air Pollution Technology Branch; USEPA
"What's in that air you are breathing anyway?"
Focus area: Indoor Air Quality
Introduction by Dr. David Leith, Retired Professor, ESE

February 7, 2018 - Dr. Glenn Morrison; Research Professor, ESE
"The emperor’s new endocrine disrupting clothes: Chemistry, clothing and human exposure in indoor environments"
Focus area: Exposure Science
Introduction by Dr. Barbara Turpin, Professor and Chair, ESE

February 14, 2018 - Martha Scott Tomlinson; PhD Student, ESE
"Bacteria and babies: a growing problem"
Focus area: Environmental Health
Introduction by Dr. Rebecca Fry, Associate Chair for Strategic Initiatives; Angle Distinguished Professor, ESE

February 21, 2018 - Marc Webb; PhD Student, ESE
"Organic coatings on the looking glass: Evidence for heterogeneous surface chemistry on interior windows in damp homes"
Focus area: Atmospheric Contaminant Fate
Introduction by Dr. Barbara Turpin, Professor and Chair, ESE

February 28, 2018 - Kasia Grzebyk; PhD Student, ESE
"Insane in the Membrane - Tailoring Thin Film Nanocomposite Membranes for Water Reuse"
Focus area: Water Treatment Technology
Introduction by: Dr. Orlando Coronell, Associate Professor, ESE

March 7, 2018 - Dr. Timothy Glotfelty; Postdoctoral Research Associate, ESE
"Aerosol-Climate Interactions: Tiny Particles with Big Impacts"
Focus area: Impacts and Mitigations of Climate Change
Introduction by Dr. Jason West, Associate Professor, ESE

March 14, 2018 - Spring Break

March 21, 2018 - Dr. Joachim Pleil; Adjunct Professor, ESE; Research Physical Scientist, USEPA
"Are dogs or instruments better at sniffing out cancer? The jury's still out, but the arguments flourish"
Focus area: Health Science
Introduction by Dr. Leena Nylander-French, Professor, ESE

*Sakai access
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