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Envr 400: In-house Seminar Series

(Course call number ~ 6682)

0001 Michael Hooker Research Center ~ 12:00-12:50 Wed.



Program for Fall 2011

Abstracts will usually be available a week before the seminar.

Date Name Title (click for abstract) Focus Introduced by Media
09/07 David McNelis;
Director, Center for Sustainable Energy, Environment and Economic Development, UNC
Is Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, or Daiichi Relevant vis-à-vis the safety of current and new nuclear power reactors? Risk Assessment David Leith;
Professor and Assoc. Chair, ESE
audio
09/14 Wanda Bodnar;
Director, Biomarker Mass Spec Facility
Biomarker Mass Spectrometry- Pushing the Boundaries of Sensitivity and Selectivity Environmental Monitoring Sujey Carro;
PhD Student, ESE
video*
09/21 Haofei Zhang;
PhD Student, ESE
Effect of Relative Humidity on Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation Atmospheric Chemistry and Modeling Richard Kamens;
Professor Emeritus, ESE
video*
09/28 Theresa O'Meara;
PhD Student, ESE
Dueling algae: macro- vs micro- algal dominance in response to a changing climate Climate Impacts Michael Piehler;
Assistant Professor, Marine Sciences
video*
10/05 Semra Ozdemir;
PhD Student, ESE
The Willingness of Americans to Pay for Social Programs: An Application to Reducing Childhood Poverty Policy and Economics Michael Aitken;
Professor and Chair, ESE
video*
10/12
University Day; no seminar
10/19 Sujey Carro;
PhD Student, ESE
How is it Globin? Biomarkers of Butadiene Exposure Health Sciences James Swenberg;
Kenan Dist. Professor, ESE
Dir., Curriculum in Toxicology
video*
10/26 Jing Hu;
PhD Student, ESE
Is Bioremediation Really Remediation? Remediation and Toxicity Michael Aitken;
Professor and Chair, ESE
video*
11/02 Scott Hauswirth;
PhD Student, ESE
Manufactured Gas Plant Tars: What Are They and What Can We Do About Them? Remediation and Engineering Casey Miller;
Professor, ESE
video*
11/09 Riley Flowers;
PhD Student, ESE
Anion Exchange Resins as a Source of Nitrosamines and Nitrosamine Precursors Water Quality Philip Singer;
Okun Dist. Professor, ESE
video*
11/16 Hong Sik Yoo;
PhD Student, ESE
Why is it important to understand the metabolism of Trichloroethylene in its risk assessment? Toxicology Louise Ball;
Professor, ESE
video*
* Video links to an integrated website containing audio, video, and slides. You may be prompted to download Microsoft Silverlight in order to view this media.