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February 2022

Environment & Sustainability Research Symposium

February 24 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm MST
Olpin Union Ballroom

In this online event, graduate students from across campus will present their environment and sustainability related research to the public. Preview students' presentations and posters online at Then join our live online session from 5:00 - 6pm on February 24, 2022, where you'll hear a few lightning presentations and then have an opportunity to move through breakout rooms to ask questions of student researchers and learn more about their work. Register to attend:  

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March 2022

GCSC Seminar: Using the Wasatch Environmental Observatory to engage in Water resource research, Education, and Outreach

March 1 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm MST

Register to attend: Jennifer Follstad Shah, Assistant Professor (Lecturer), Environmental & Sustainability Studies WEO water studies since 2014 have focused on assessing water supply and water quality using stable isotope techniques, long-term discharge records, and hydrochemistry. These studies have been informed by needs of community partners and sometimes completed as part of coursework highlighting ‘campus as a living lab’. Newer green infrastructure facilities on campus build upon almost a decade of in-stream and groundwater research. We present data showing…

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Day of Collective Action for an Inclusive Community

March 22

This Day of Collective Action is a campus-wide moment of reflection and action designed to propel our collective goal to create an inclusive community forward. On this day, we ask students, faculty and staff to participate in workshops and other activities that will address racism, bias and discrimination.

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April 2022

GCSC Seminar: Interpreting the Clean Water Act: Environmental Law & Science

April 5 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm MDT

“Interpreting the Clean Water Act: the uncertain relationship between environmental law and science” Register in advance for this meeting: Robert Adler, Distinguished Professor, S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Adler's expertise is in restoration and protection of water systems and management of water resources. As the federal Clean Water Act (CWA) approaches its 50th anniversary in October 2022, federal courts and agencies still have not resolved the most longstanding dispute about the scope of the Act: how we define “waters of…

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GCSC Seminar: “Rethinking healthy cities in a post-pandemic world”

April 19 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm MDT

Andy Hong, Department of City & Metropolitan Planning, University of Utah Register in advance to attend: The COVID-19 pandemic coupled with climate change presents significant challenges to cities around the world. Yet, much of the contemporary urban planning paradigm still rely on conventional approaches to urban development focused on automobility and maintaining the status quo. There is a critical need for more transformative and integrated approaches to urban and transportation planning that place health, resilience, and equity at the…

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