Center for Sustainability: Sustainability Events Upcoming

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

FALL 2019 EVENTS 

 

September 9, 2019  12:20 - 1:20PM, DeWitt Lecture Room 106, Zabriskie Hall
Sustainability Perspectives series: What is a Waterway Anyway?
Presenter: Daniel Rinn, PhD candidate, Department of History, University of Rochester
Free and open to the public
Mr. Rinn’s appearance is made possible with support from the Museum Association of New York (MANY), in conjunction with the Smithsonian Museum’s Water/Ways traveling exhibit, in Aurora and at Wells College through September 29. 

September 16, 2019 12:20 - 1:20PM, DeWitt Lecture Room 106, Zabriskie Hall
Sustainability Perspectives series: Protecting and Promoting Water Resources of the Finger Lakes
Presenter: Lisa Cleckner, director, Finger Lakes Institute
Free and open to the public
This talk is held in conjunction with the Smithsonian Museum’s Water/Ways traveling exhibit, in Aurora and at Wells College through September 29.

September 30, 2019  12:20 - 1:20PM, DeWitt Lecture Room 106, Zabriskie Hall
Sustainability Perspectives series: Our Changing Menu: What Climate Change Means to the Foods we Love and Need
Presenter: Mike Hoffman, executive director, Cornell Institute for Climate Smart Solutions
Free and open to the public

October 17, 2019  7:00PM, Phipps Auditorium, Macmillan Hall
Sustainability Speaker series: Drawdown Rising: Solutions, Leadership, and a Path Forward for the Climate Crisis
Katherine Wilkinson, VP for Communications and Engagement, Project Drawdown
Free and open to the public

October 21, 2019  12:20 - 1:20PM, DeWitt Lecture Room 106, Zabriskie Hall
Sustainability Perspectives series: (title to be announced)
Presenter: Monica Touesnard, associate director, Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, Cornell University
Free and open to the public

November 4, 2019  12:20 - 1:20PM, DeWitt Lecture Room 106, Zabriskie Hall
Sustainability Perspectives series:  (title to be announced)
Presenter: Rebecca Haag '74, executive director, Island Grown Initiative
Free and open to the public

Keep checking this page - we continue to program our exciting line-up of events for Fall 2019.  

 

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