Center for Sustainability: Sustainability Events Upcoming

Wells offers a robust schedule of sustainability-related events each semester.

SPRING 2019 EVENTS 

 

Check back - we are continuing to program our series of events for Spring 2019.

February 4
12:20 - 1:20PM, deWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainability Perspectives series: Sustainable Architecture: exploring and unraveling elements of healthy, livable and resilient buildings and communities
Presenter: Dennis Andrejko, FAIA, Department of Architecture, Golisano Institute for Sustainability
Free and open to the public

February 11
12:20 - 1:20PM, deWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainability Perspectives series: Change is in the Air: Global Climate Change from a NY Perspective
Presenter: Art DeGaetano, director, NOAA Northeast Regional Climate Center
Free and open to the public

February 18
12:20 - 1:20PM, deWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainability Perspectives series: The State of Environmental Policy and Sustainable Land Use Policy in NYS
Presenter: Rachel Partington '13, J.D., attorney, Knauf Shaw LLP
Free and open to the public

February 25
12:20 - 1:20PM, deWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainability Perspectives series: Be an Informed Consumer: how the purchaes we make affect health & the environment
Presenter: Kate Winnebeck, senior program manager, New York State Pollution Prevention Institute
Free and open to the public

March 4
12:20 - 1:20PM, deWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainability Perspectives series: Fashion Sustainability Optimism: On Pace for a Healthier Fashion Industry
Presenter: Laura Taylor, Instructor of Fashion Business Merchandising,  Genesee Community College
Free and open to the public

March 25
12:20 - 1:20PM, deWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainability Perspectives series: Recycling is Mightier than the Sword
Presenter: Theresa Evans, recycling specialist, Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency
Free and open to the public

March 27
7:00PM, deWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainable Business series: Integrating Sustainability into Small/Medium-sized Businesses in NYS
Presenters: Hormoz Movassaghi, professor, Finance and International Business; Narges Kasiri, associate professor,Management, Ithaca College School of Business

April 1
12:20 - 1:20PM, deWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainability Perspectives series: "God's in his heaven - All's right with the world": The Power of Story in Communicating Climate Change
Presenter: Fae Dremock, assistant professor of Humanities, Environmental Studies and Sciences program, Ithaca College
Free and open to the public

April 8
12:20 - 1:20PM, deWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainability Perspectives series: Alive or Undead? Wild Food Foraging and the Fear of a Zombie Apocalypse
Presenter: Taylor Reid, assistant professor of Applied Food Studies, Culinary Institute of America
Free and open to the public

April 15
12:20 - 1:20PM, deWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainability Perspectives series: Veganism is Environmentalism
Presenter: Demosthenes Maratos, communications director, Sustainability Institute, Molloy College
Free and open to the public

April 22
12:20 - 1:20PM, deWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainability Perspectives series: The Promise of Silvopasture
Presenter: Steve Gabriel, farmer, author, extension specialist, Cornell Small Farms Program
Free and open to the public

 

 

 

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