ESPP hosts a Research Colloquia Series that extends the format of the former student research presentations by ESPP dual major students to now include a variety of formats including student and expert panel discussions, faculty roundtables and debates. These events utilize ESPP's unique network of MSU expertise spanning MSU's colleges to address important and timely environmental issues that cross disciplinary boundaries. The ESPP Research Colloquia Series is a forum for MSU students, researchers and visitors to engage in research discussions where an interdisciplinary perspective is critical.
ESPP has also expanded its Distinguished Lecture Series to include events organized jointly with other units at MSU. ESPP is offering to partner with individual departments and units at MSU wherein ESPP co-sponsors a limited number of visits by distinguished scholars to deliver lectures on pressing environmental issues. For more information and criteria, please see this PDF.
10 a.m. Monday September 24
|Water Quality and Public Health||
Ellis Adams, Georgia State University; Zachary Curtis, MSU Environmental Engineeing; Maria Lapinski, MSU Communication and Ag-Bio Research
Organized and moderated by Judith Namanya, Geography and ESPP
273 Giltner Hall
|4 p.m. Tuesday October 2||Challenges of Covering the Environment||Genevieve Belmaker, contributing editor of Forests, Mongabay.com; Eric Freedman, director, Knight Center for Environmental Journalism; Dave Poulson, senior associate director, Knight Center for Environmental Journalism; Bruno Takahashi, Associate Professor, School of Journalism, MSU; Jennifer Weeks, energy and environment editor, The Conversation. Organized and moderated by Apoorva Joshi, Medi and Information and ESPP||
Room 184 CAS
|1 p.m. Thursday October 25||ESPP Research Presentation: "What's Up with Groundwater"||Zachary Curtis, Civil and Environmental Engineering, ESPP; Dr. Yadu Pokhrel, Civil and Environmental Engineering; Laura Young, outreach specialist, MSU IWR||
273 Giltner Hall