Mellon Summer Research Showcase
Date: 3:00pm PDT September 21, 2011 Location: 302 JR Howard Hall
302 JR Howard Hall
Lewis & Clark College’s Environmental Studies Program recently received a $600,000 award from The Andrew Mellon Foundation to support its innovative interdisciplinary approach. We have just completed our first summer of funded research projects, and invite you to a showcase on Wednesday September 21 from 3:00 - 5:00 PM in 302 JR Howard Hall. The showcase introduces two key features of our Mellon-funded initiative - situated research and social learning - via a series of interactive presentations, following the schedule below. Please consider attending some or all of the presentations; we’ll have refreshments, and you can meet student and faculty participants.
If you’d like further information about the Mellon initiative, please visit our new website, Situating the Global Environment, at sge.lclark.edu.
Wednesday September 21, 3-5 PM Howard 302
3:00 — Welcome and overview, Situating the Global Environment initiative (Jim Proctor)
3:10 — The Portland local food movement (Bob Goldman, Tara Brown, Kelsey White-Davis)
3:40 — Environmental history of the Lan Su Chinese Garden (Andrew Bernstein, Zach Holz)
4:10 — Guatemala coffee producers and alternative trade (Tara Brown)
4:40 — Public attitudes regarding CO2-induced acidification, Willapa Bay (Ken Clifton, Megan Coggeshall, Thomas Rodrigues)