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UNC and King’s College London Climate Change Workshop
April 16, 2018 @ 11:30 am - April 17, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
Monday & Tues April 16/17: Inter-institutional climate change workshop between Geography Departments at UNC and King’s College London.
Monday, April 16 at 1pm in Carolina Hall 321 we will be hosting a networking event to try and bring together students and faculty from various departments across campus who work on climate change. At 3:30pm in the Toy Lounge of Dey Hall, we’ve invited several faculty from UNC, Duke, and NCSU who work on climate change from diverse perspectives to discuss their work and take questions at a colloquium. We’ll have a happy hour at Tru afterwards.
On Tuesday, April 17 at 11:30am in the Pleasants Room of the Wilson Library, two graduate students from King’s College, Lecturer George Adamson, and a student from the Curriculum for the Environment and Ecology at UNC will be giving short presentations about their work on climate change.
Please see the attached fliers for more information and spread the word to your networks!
The full schedule of events is below!
Monday, April 16
Lunch with graduate students: Roots Bistro
1:00 PM Carolina Hall 321
Coffee, Cookies, and Climate Change
Networking event with students from across campus
3:30 PM Dey Hall, Toy Lounge
Perspectives on Climate Change from Triangle Universities Colloquium
Introduction: Mark Ortiz, UNC Geography Graduate Student
Donald Hornstein, UNC Law School
Wenhong Li, Duke Geography
Elizabeth Havice, UNC Geography
Aranzazu Lascurain, NCSU, SE Climate Science
Happy Hour at Tru
Tuesday, April 17
11:30 AM Wilson Library, Pleasants Room
Perspectives on Climate Change from King’s College London and UNC
Presentation by Roxana Borquez, Felicia Liu, and Sandeep Kandikuppa, George Adamson
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
lunch catered: Mediterranean Deli
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Wilson Library, Pleasants Room
Institutional Links and Collaborations Workshop
A space to workshop in-progress papers and ideas for future collaborations with other graduate students
4:30 PM Genome Science Building 100
Earth Week Keynote
Susan Hassol, Effectively Communicating Climate Science to Spur Action
Dinner and drinks to celebrate!