Events

Natural Sciences and Mathematics Climate Change Lecture
June 5, 2018 6:00PM - 8:00PM EST
Driscoll Alumni Center
2801 West Bancroft Street Toledo, OH 43606
(419) 530.2586
 

Thank you for your interest in this lecture on global climate disruption. We have had to cancel the lecture. If you have any questions please contact us at 419.530.2586.

 

Climate change is a hot topic in our country and finds its way into political, business and social conversations. We invite you to join the Natural Sciences and Mathematics Alumni Affiliate for a lecture on global climate disruption, to be held on Tuesday, June 5 at 6 p.m., in the Driscoll Alumni Center.

The lecture will be presented by Dr. Andy Jorgensen, who recently retired from UT from the role of associate professor of chemistry and environmental sciences. Jorgensen will provide background information about the phenomenon and the human dimension of the problem. 

Jorgensen is a Senior Fellow at the National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE). He developed climate change curricular materials, which have been developed into a web-based repository with more than 300 resources, found here. Both NASA and the Natural Science Foundation have provided grants in support of his climate change education work.

This is a free lecture, but reservations are required by Friday, June 1. 

 
 
For assistance, please contact any of the people listed below
Marcus  Sneed
Associate Director of Alumni Engagement
419.530.5378
marcus.sneed@utoledo.edu
Shirley  Grzecki
Events Coordinator 1
419.530.2586
shirley.grzecki@utoledo.edu
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