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Events

Featured events include workshops, seminars and festivals that provide tools and empowering resources for residents and communities to spread sustainable water strategies in their own neighborhoods.

Upcoming

Water@Wayne Community-Engagement Around Great Lakes Issues

Dr. Heather Triezenberg
Thursday January 24, 2019
2:30-4:00pm
Purdy/Kresge Library, Room 110

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January 10, 2019

Water@Wayne Seminar Series Presents: Toxicologic Tinkering with Life’s Rhythms

Gerald LeBlanc, Ph.D., professor, biological science, North Carolina State University
Location: Bernath Auditorium, Undergraduate Library 2:30pm-4:00pm

January 18, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: A geo-perspective of the modern North American oil industry

Jason Jweda (WSU Alumnus)
Affiliation: ConocoPhillips Exploration & Production Co Houston, Texas
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm

January 24, 2019

Water@Wayne Seminar Series Presents: Community-engagement around Great Lakes issues

Heather Triezenberg, Ph.D., extension specialist and program leader, Sea Grant Extension Program, Michigan State University
Location: Kresgy Auditorium, Purdy Kresgy Library 2:30pm-4:00pm

January 25, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: Earth & Environmental Science Research Blitz

WSU Geology and Environmental Science Faculty
Affiliation: Environmental Science Program & Department of Geology Wayne State University
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm

February 7, 2019

Water@Wayne Seminar Series Presents: US Forest Service Urban Connections

Lisa Perez, program specialist, U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Eastern Region
Location: Bernath Auditorium, Undergraduate Library 2:30pm-4:00pm

February 8, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: Restoring aquatic biodiversity in the Anthropocene: developing the science of reintroduction biology

Trevor Pitcher
Affiliation: Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research University of Windsor
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm

February 15, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: Assessing the vulnerability of public supply wells to near-surface contamination using geochemistry, microbiology, & geomechanics

Christopher Gellasch
Affiliation: Department of Geography and Geology Eastern Michigan University
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm

February 21, 2019

Water@Wayne Seminar Series Presents: Taking Their Water for Our City: Archaeology of New York City’s Watershed Communities

April Beisaw, Ph.D., associate professor, anthropology, Vassar College
Location: Bernath Auditorium, Undergraduate Library 2:30pm-4:00pm

February 22, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: Seismic investigations into the nature and scale of thermochemical heterogeneity in Earth's deep interior

Samuel Haugland
Affiliation: Earth and Environmental Sciences University of Michigan
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm

March 1, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: Urban and suburban fluxes: differences and commonalities from paired Michigan research sites

David Reed
Affiliation: Center for Global Change & Earth Observations Department of Geography Michigan State University
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm

March 8, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: Searching for storms – methods, findings, and the future of paleotempestology

Thomas Bianchette
Affiliation: Department of Natural Sciences University of Michigan - Dearborn
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm

March 21, 2019

Water@Wayne Seminar Series Presents: Urbanization, Environment and Pharmaceuticals: Advancing Comparative Physiology, Pharmacology and Toxicology

Bryan Brooks, Ph.D., distinguished professor, environmental science and biomedical studies, Baylor University
Location: Bernath Auditorium, Undergraduate Library 2:30pm-4:00pm

March 22, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: Correlation of urban air contaminants in the Detroit airshed with adverse birth outcomes

Andrea Cassidy-Bushrow
Affiliation: Department of Public Health Sciences Henry Ford Health System
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm

March 29, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: Great Lakes water levels and coastal erosion - A new paradigm

Jim Selegean
Affiliation: Great Lakes Hydraulics and Hydrology Office U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm

April 4, 2019

Water@Wayne Seminar Series Presents: Contaminants of Emerging Concern, Water Quality, and Human and Ecosystem Exposure: Recent Research by the United States Geological Survey

Edward Furlong, Ph.D., research chemist, U.S. Geological Survey
Location: Bernath Auditorium, Undergraduate Librar 2:30pm-4:00pmy

April 5, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: Lake biochemical responses to changes in watershed conditions

Jill Crossman
Affiliation: Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences University of Windsor
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm

April 12, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: Application of quantitative methods for analyzing complex environmental and ecological data

Song Qian
Affiliation: Department of Environmental Sciences University of Toledo
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm

h3>April 19, 2019

Wayne State University Earth and Environmental Science Seminar: Smart management of microplastic pollution in the Great Lakes

Yongli Zhang
Affiliation: Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering Wayne State University
Location: Old Main Room 0121 2:30pm