Sustainability Seminar Series

Thank you for your interest and participation in the Sustainability Seminar Series. We have completed all of our scheduled seminars for this semester. Check back soon for our Fall 2015 seminars!

Organized by the PhD Program in Environmental Management
Venue: Science Hall room 102, the Sokol Room, at 4:00pm

DatePresenterTitle
Jan 20 Dr. Danlin Yu
Montclair State
Exploring spatiotemporally varying regressed relationships: The geographically weighted panel regression analysis
Jan 27 Dr. Alan Robock
Rutgers University
** Cancelled due to inclement weather **
Climatic consequences of nuclear conflict: Nuclear Winter still a threat
Feb 3 Dr. Joseph Ofungwu
Author
Time series analysis for the environmental professional: An introduction and overview
Feb 10 Shazia Rafi
Global Parliamentary Services
Strengthening air quality parameters in SDG’s post 2015 public-private partnership possibilities
Feb 17
David Miller
Environmental Chemical Corporation
** Cancelled due to inclement weather **
Middlesex FUSRAP site – A path to site-wide closure
Feb 24 Jay Springer
NJ DEP
Section 319(h) Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Grant Program
Mar 3 Dr. Nicole Fahrenfeld
Rutgers University
Dissemination of antibiotic resistance in engineered and agricultural systems
Mar 10 Spring Break
Mar 17 Blaine Rothauser
GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
New Jersey’s best kept secret: “Biodiversity”
Mar 24 Nick Angarone
NJ DEP
Coastal community resiliency planning in New Jersey
Mar 31 Yu Qian
PhD Candidate, Environ Management
Mechanism study of trace metal uptake and transport in wetland plants
Apr 7 Dr. Jorge Trueba
Montclair State
Coupled barrier-backbarrier system responses to long-term coastal change
Apr 14 Dr. Renzun Zhao
Columbia University
Addressing environmental issues in the solid waste industry
Apr 21 Dr. Satish Myneni
Princeton University
A tale of two sides: Role of vegetation in the geochemical cycling of metals in soils
Apr 28 Dr. Onil Banerjee
Inter-American Development Bank
Integrated economic-environmental analysis for evidence-based policy making