Dr. Hanqin Tian
Solon & Martha Dixon Professor and Director International Center for Climate and Global Change research School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University
Dr. Hanqin Tian is Director of International Center for Climate and Global Change Research, Solon and Martha Dixon Professor and Alumni Professor of Ecosystem and Global Ecology in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University. He did his postdoctoral study in the Ecosystems Center, Marine... Read more...
At 5:30pm EDT on Thursday, November 21st, a SEAS Admission Coach will host an Application Information Session. They will provide an overview of how to apply to SEAS and answer questions live. To attend this webinar, please register here.
Please join us on Friday, November 22 from 12-2pm in Dana 1040 for a Panel Discussion on Decolonizing Sustainability. This panel aims to shed light on colonialism and how its perpetuated in the environmental movement. We are honored to have Eric Hemenway, Director of Archives and Records for the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, Diana Seales, SEAS Environmental Justice Alum ('04) and current Lecturer at UM and Lee Sprague, water activist and former Ogema/ Leader of the Little River... Read more...
At 8:30 am on Monday, November 25th, a SEAS Admission Coach will host an International Applicant Information Session. They will provide an overview of how to apply to SEAS and answer questions live.
To attend this webinar, please register here.
This workshop aims to help first-year students adjust to Graduate/Professional school (especially if they've been away from school for a while or came from another country), manage stress, tackle impostor syndrome, and provide resources for students to adapt and succeed.