Global Change & Sustainability Center

News, Opportunities & Announcements

 

GCSC Graduate Students

Read about projects developed by students through the Global Changes and Society course.

Congratulations to:

Jon Seger, named as a fellow in the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

New Graduate Certificate in Sustainability

Beginning Spring, 2015, graduate students and professionals can enroll in a new interdisciplinary graduate certificate program, grounding students in science, society, and policy to address global change and sustainability challenges.

aerial map of Red Butte Creek area

Friends of Red Butte Creek Mini-Grants

Students, faculty, and postdocs are eligible to apply for research, outreach, and education mini-grants to pursue action-oriented projects related to the sustainability and stewardship of Red Butte Creek. Deadline: January 30, 2015.

View distributions of air pollutants in SLC

A pilot project by Logan Mitchell, John Lin, et.al., uses mobile sample collection via TRAX and shows the spatial and temporal distributions of CO2, methane, and ozone in Salt Lake City. Read more

Undergraduate STEM training

The GCSC and the Center for Science and Math Education partner in providing the U-S2TEM (Undergraduate Sustainability Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) scholars program. Read more

GCSC Events

spring seminars location: 210 ASB

SEMINAR

January 27, 2015
Adil Najam, Boston University
4:00 pm, 210 ASB

SEMINAR

February 10, 2015
David Whiteman, Atmospheric Sciences
4:00 pm, 210 ASB

SEMINAR

February 24, 2015
Bryce Bird, Utah Division of Air Quality
4:00 pm, 210 ASB

SEMINAR

March 10, 2015
Chris Field, Carnegie Institution of Global Ecology
4:00 pm, 210 ASB


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