Join us in the winter semester for SEAS Career Services professional development series! Each topic will be lead by a professional or alum who has substantial experience in the subject. The topic for February 19 will be "Effective Management and Conflict Resolution". Registration for all workshops is available in eRecruiter.
MUSE Michigan University-wide Sustainability and Environment Conference
The conference aims to connect researchers, practitioners, and enthusiasts from across different disciplines engaged in sustainability and environment-related research to foster collaborations and actions beyond research.
This symposium frames discourses emerging from a relational study of four transatlantic urban regions that display acute asymmetries of concurrent growth and socioeconomic decline in the midst of larger economic restructuring: the Detroit Metropolitan Region, Ruhr Valley, the Innovation Region Rheinisches Revier, and the deindustrializing hinterland of the southern U.S. Eastern Seaboard. The successive cycles of urban transformation have created uneven landscapes consisting of fissures, empty... Read more...
Climate change is back on the national agenda with hearings, bills introduced, candidates’ plans, and discussion of a Green New Deal. Many policymakers are embracing the goal of net-zero emissions by 2050. Vigorous debates are occurring over questions including:
Can renewables supply 100% of US electricity? 100% of all energy?
What role should existing nuclear plants play in a clean energy economy? New nuclear plants?
What role should carbon capture and storage play?
How fast should the US aim... Read more...