The Center for the Environment organizes an Environmental Science Colloquium Series each term which is open to everyone. Please join us at 4-5 pm in Boyd Science Center, Room 001 for the following talks:
January 31: The Academic Journal Publishing Ecosystem: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – Christin Wixson, Lamson Library, Plymouth State University
February 28: Moving the Needle – Leading Social Change in the Newfound Watershed – Boyd Smith, Newfound Lake Region Association
March 28: Participatory Photo Mapping (PPM) as a Tool for Health and Place Research: A Promising Practice to Advance Strategies in Environment and Human Health – Suzanne Gaulocher, Center for Active Living and Healthy Communities, Plymouth State University
April 11: Theses Pieces: MS Student Research Proposal Presentations – Graduate Students in Applied Meteorology and Environmental Science and Policy programs
April 25: The Last House in the Hollow: 2017 Archaeological Investigations at Livermore Falls – David Trubey, NH Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
Click here for pdf of Spring 2018 Colloquium flier.