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Envr 400: In-house Seminar Series

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



Program for Spring 2014

Abstracts will usually be available a week before the seminar.

Date Name Title (click for abstract) Focus Introduced by
Media*
01/15 Dr. John Bane
Joint Professor
Marine Sciences and ESE
Renewable Energy from Coastal North Carolina: Tapping the Ocean for Our Expanding Energy Needs Renewable Energy Dr. Cass T. Miller
Okun Distinguished Professor, ESE
01/22 Theodore J. Mansfield
PhD Candidate, ESE
Where the sidewalk doesn’t end: Estimating the health impacts of pedestrian infrastructure Health Impact Assessment Dr. Jacqueline MacDonald Gibson
Assistant Professor, ESE
01/29
Moved due to inclement weather
02/05 Harrison B. Zeff
PhD Candidate, ESE
Finance: Not a Four-Letter Word Environmental Financial Risk Dr. Gregory Characklis
Professor, ESE
02/12
Moved due to inclement weather
02/19 Prahlad Jat
PhD Candidate, ESE
Geostatistical Estimation of Water Quality along Rivers Water Quality Dr. Marc Serre
Associate Professor, ESE
02/26 Jonathan Crocker
PhD Candidate, ESE
Putting the value in evaluation: sanitation studies from Africa Sanitation and Hygiene Dr. James Bartram
Holzworth Distinguished Professor, ESE
03/05 Lin Lin
PhD Candidate, ESE
Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration Membranes: Technologies that Enable the Use of Alternative Drinking Water Sources Water Treatment Dr. Orlando Coronell
Assistant Professor, ESE
 
SPRING BREAK
03/19 Zachary G. Robbins
PhD Candidate, ESE
Are biomarkers worth the effort? A example of a method development for monitoring exposure to isocyanates Exposure Assessment Dr. Leena Nylander-French
Professor, ESE
03/26 Alice Wang
PhD Candidate, ESE
Water we testing for? An evaluation of the Compartment Bag Test Drinking Water Microbiology Dr. Mark Sobsey
Kenan Distinguished Professor, ESE
04/02 Yadong Xu
PhD Candidate, ESE
Integration of observation and air quality model data for improved exposure estimates Air Quality Modeling Dr. William Vizuete
Associate Professor, ESE
04/09 Mike Fisher
Postdoctoral Research Associate, ESE
Why do germs get sunburns? Photoinactivation of bacteria and viruses by sunlight: mechanistic studies and applications to drinking water and sanitation in developing country settings Drinking Water Sanitation Dr. Peter Kolsky
Professor of the Practice, ESE
* 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. Video will be available shortly after the conclusion of the seminar.