The GCSC seminar series presents some of the best researchers--from around campus and across the country--whose work sheds light on global change and sustainability.
Seminars are at 4:00 pm on alternate Tuesdays. To receive notifications, join our email list.
Seminars are open to all, and students who are enrolled in the Seminar course, SUST 6800, have additional opportunities to engage with the speakers.
January 18, 2022
- Heather Holmes, Department of Chemical Engineering
"Wildfire Smoke and Air Quality in the Western U.S." Read more
February 1, 2022
- Shane Macfarlan, Department of Anthropology
"Human-Ecosystem Dynamics on the Forgotten Peninsula: A Historical, Demographic, and Ethnographic Exploration of Baja California Sur, Mexico" Read more
February 15, 2022
- Lazarus Adua, Department of Sociology
"The Downside of the Gap! Examining the Impacts of Inequality on Environmental Views and Outcomes in the United States" Read more
March 1, 2022
- Jennifer Follstad Shah, Environmental and Sustainability Studies
"WEO2: Using the Wasatch Environmental Observatory to engage in water resource research, education and outreach" Read more
April 5, 2022
- Robert Adler, Distinguished Professor, S.J. Quinney College of Law
“Interpreting the Clean Water Act: the uncertain relationship between environmental law and science”
April 19, 2022
August 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm MDT