April 19, 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM, Wabash Building, 10th Floor
Can the urban landscape of Chicago go from blight to blossom?
How do we deal with the Great Lakes’ legacy of biological invasion and chemical contamination?
What tools do scientists use to understand the impacts of humans on the environment?
This Earth Week, join the Roosevelt science and math community for a day devoted to the science of the environment, including:
– Distinguished speakers in environmental fields of research and applied science.
– Presentations from Roosevelt’s own student-scientists and mathematicians.
– Hands-on workshop in environmental risk assessment (limited availability—register early!).
– Tours of the green features of Roosevelt’s LEED-certified Wabash Building (limited availability—register early!).
– Door prizes and a free lunch.
For more information, to register for events and to submit proposals for student presentations, contact W. Aaron Shoults-Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org