Homewood Campus Seminars
M. Gordon Wolman Seminar
- Time: 3:00 PM
- Place: 213 Hodson Hall
- Course Number: 570.841(Graduate Level) 570.492 (Undergraduate Level)
- Organizer: Professor Sarah Preheim
EN.570.841/492 The Wolman Seminar series covers topics in Environmental Engineering including, but not limited to, chemistry, microbiology, ecology, hydrology, economics, policy and geography. Each week, leading researchers in the field present their research to a broad audience of faculty and students and field questions about their work. This is a great opportunity to learn about Environmental Engineering and meet influential people in the field. All graduate students are expected to register for and attend this weekly seminar series unless they have a class conflict, and undergraduate students are welcome to attend. Graduate students should sign up for EN.570.841 and Undergraduate students should sign up for 570.492.
Environmental Engineering and Science Seminar
- Time: Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
- Place: 210 Hodson Hall
- Course Number: 570.881
- Organizer: Professor Alan Stone
EN. 570.881 Environmental Engineering and Chemistry Seminar. This weekly seminar series involves broad coverage of environmental engineering and science research and problems. Speakers are often doctoral students and post-docs within the department. A limited number of external speakers are invited to participate.