Learn from sustainability scholars across campus through a series of environment and sustainability lightning talks hosted by the School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS).
Inés Ibáñez, Associate Professor U-M SEAS
Dima Beletsky, Research Scientist U-M SEAS
Bob Grese, Professor U-M SEAS; Theodore Roosevelt Chair of Ecosystem Management; Director, Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum
Margaret Wooldridge, Professor U-M Mechanical Engineering
Bill Currie, Professor U-M... Read more...
The U-M Green Career Fair is co-sponsored by the U-M School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS), Program in the Environment (PitE), Students for Clean Energy, and Net Impact. Employers will be on-campus recruiting for jobs and internships in environmental and sustainability fields. The event is open to all U-M undergraduate and graduate students from across degree programs. Updated event information will be posted at greencareerfair.com.
Racheal Eubanks, Commissioner, Michigan Public Service Commission
Jonathan Overpeck, Dean, School for Environment and Sustainability
Tony Reames, Professor, School of Environment and Sustainability, and Director, Urban Energy Justice Lab
Luke Shaefer, Director, Poverty Solutions
Join the state’s prominent working group on creating solutions for energy challenges facing low-income residents. The Michigan Energy Waste Reduction Low Income Workgroup is comprised of utilities like DTE... Read more...
Dr. Mark Davis is DeWitt Wallace Professor of Biology at Macalester College in Minnesota, where his research and teaching interests include terrestrial ecology, animal behavior, plant systematics, and conservation biology. His work, especially on invasive species, has spurred debate and interest in the field - his seminal paper published in 2000 on a general theory of invasibility has been cited close to 3,000 times to date. He also authored a comprehensive review and skeptical re-examination... Read more...