Environmental Science, Policy & Engineering Program

Winter Seminar Archive

The Environmental Science, Policy and Engineering has hosted important college-wide interdisciplinary colloquia series that have engaged many of the faculty, students and local residents. These are interdisciplinary seminary series dealing with a whole host of issues.

Since 1998, the program has hosted the following lecture series:

  • 2018: A sneak peak at a clean energy future
  • 2017: Get the Lead Out: Safe Drinking Water and Environmental Justice
  • 2016: Lifting the Veil on China’s Environmental Challenges
  • 2015: Environmental Communication and Education
  • 2014: Energy Supply in the 21st Century
  • 2013: Moving Toward the Smart Grid
  • 2012: New York’s Energy Future 
  • 2011: Inside the Controversy on Genetically Modified Food  
  • 2010: Drilling in the Marcellus Shale: Toward Energy Independence or Environmental Devastation? 
  • 2009: Environmental Sustainability 
  • 2008: Sustainable Energy 
  • 2007: Abrupt Climate Change
  • 2006: Sustainable Development
  • 2005: Water and Society 
  • 2004: Environmental Science and Public Policy
  • 2003: Water and the Law 
  • 2002: Lakes and Environmental Change 2001 – The Hudson River 
  • 2000: The Adirondacks
  • 1999: Water and the Law
  • 1998: Global Climate Change