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Envr 400: In-house Seminar Series

(Course call number ~ 5715)

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



Program for Spring 2011

Abstracts will usually be available a week before the seminar.

Date Name Title (click for abstract) Focus Introduced by Media
01/19 Richard M. Kamens;
Professor Emeritus, ESE
Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation: Outdoor Chamber Kinetic Studies Atmospheric Chemistry Michael D. Aitken
Professor & Chair, ESE
audio
01/26 Mark D. Sobsey;
Professor, ESE
How can unsafe water be overcome in the developing world? Water, Sanitation, & Hygiene Jill Stewart
Assistant Professor, ESE
audio
02/02 Greg Gangi;
Research Assistant Professor, Inst for the Environment
A Philosophical View on Environmental Education Environmental Education Howard S. Weinberg
Associate Professor, ESE
audio
02/09 Miroslav Stýblo;
Associate Professor, Nutrition
Environmental Arsenic: From Epidemiology to Molecular Biology and Back Again Environmental Health Alison P. Sanders
PhD Student, ESE
audio
02/16 Wan-Yun Cheng;
PhD Student, ESE
An Integrated Imaging Approach to the Mechanistic Study of the Oxidant Effects of Environmental Agents Environmental Toxicology James Samet
USEPA
audio
02/23 Jennifer Thomasen;
PhD Student, ESE
The Automotive Refinishing Industry: Can we accurately measure exposure to asthma inducing chemicals? Occupational Exposure Monitoring Leena Nylander-French
Professor, ESE
audio
03/02 Timothy Otten;
PhD Student, ESE
The green monster of China's Lake Taihu: insights into the microbial ecology of its toxin producing genera Environmental Health Stephen C. Whalen
Professor, ESE
audio
03/16 Milton Heath, Jr.;
Professor Emeritus, School of Government
Adjunct Professor, ESE
Should we have oil and natural gas drilling or windmill farms off the North Carolina coast? Environmental Policy Maura Allaire
PhD Student, ESE
audio
03/23 Jennifer Shields;
PhD Student, ESE
Alternative indicators to predict water quality in Jordan Lake based on land-use characteristics Environmental Microbiology Jill Stewart
Assistant Professor, ESE
audio
03/30 Jason D. Surratt;
Assistant Professor, ESE
Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from Isoprene: Potential Impacts of Biosphere on Air Quality Atmospheric Chemistry Kenneth G. Sexton
Research Assistant Professor, ESE
audio