Tuesday night, the UW Honors Program is hosting a faculty discussion on Climate Change, part of their annual "Global Challenges - Interdisciplinary Answers" series. Honors Program Director Vicky Lawson will join three passionate UW faculty thought leaders from seemingly disparate disciplines in a fast-paced conversation demonstrating how interdisciplinary collaboration can impact Climate Change.
The discussion will be Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 6 p.m. in the HUB North Ballroom. RSVP here to attend.
The faculty panel will include David Battisti of Atmospheric Sciences, Jean Dennison of Anthropology, and Hanson Hosein of Communication Leadership, along with Vicky Lawson who will moderate.
Other sustainability-related events this week include:
- On Wednesday, the College of Engineering presents "Understanding Our Chemical Fingerprints: Safer Water for Our Cities," part of their fall lecture series. The talk by Edward Kolodziej, associate professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, will focus on how human's chemical fingerprint affects the water around us and the larger ecosystems. The talk is at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Kane 120 - RSVP here.
- The Nutritional Science's fall seminar series "Feeding Nine Billion: Climate, Nutrition and Population Health" looks at "Strategic Initiatives for Global Nutrition Security" on Thursday at 12:30 p.m. in Alder Commons.
- Later Thursday, the Department of Landscape Architecture hosts Kate Orff, who will present her new book "Toward an Urban Ecology" at 6:30 p.m. in Gould Court.
As always, you can find more information on these and all the campus sustainability events on our full events calendar. If you know of any events that should be added to the calendar, please let us know. And if you'd like to get a weekly email of all the upcoming sustainability events, subscribe here.