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    fyi ________________________________ From: Stuart, Amy [mailto:astuart@hsc.usf.edu] Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 9:57 AM To: Eric announce; Yeh, Daniel;
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      ERIC Today 4 pm - Dean Petersen on public health in environmental research
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      From: Stuart, Amy [mailto:astuart@...]
      Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 9:57 AM
      To: Eric announce; Yeh, Daniel; Amy Stuart; Mizak, Connie; Kimball, Nolan; Alderman, Jackie; klschrad@...; Arnold, Bambi; Tippin, Edward
      Subject: ERIC Today 4 pm - Dean Petersen on public health in environmental research

      Dear colleagues and students:
       
      Welcome back to Spring 2008 Environmental Research Interdisciplinary Colloquium!  
      Come join us for our opening session speaker:
                   
      Jan 9   Donna J. Petersen, ScD, MHS
                 Dean, College of Public Health

                 A Public Health Perspective on Interdisciplinary Environmental Research
         
                 Wednesday 4:00 – 5:15 pm, COPH 1023C


      Spring Speaker Schedule (tentative)
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      Jan 9     Donna Petersen, Dean, College of Public Health   
                     
      A public health perspective on interdisciplinary environmental research   

        
      Jan 16   Shawn College, Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission   
                     
      Local trends in environmental planning   

        
      Jan 23   Henry Schwarcz, Professor Emeritus, McMaster University
                     
      Derek Ford, Professor Emeritus, McMaster University   
         
        
      Jan 30   Richard Pollenz, USF Dept of Biology   
                     
      How do changes in the level of key signaling proteins impact cellular responses to environmental stress at the molecular level   

        
      Feb 6    Shannon Bassett, USF Architecture and Community Design   
                     
      Landscape as urbanism- dynamic systems in the city  
       
        
      Feb 13   Christopher Emrich, USF Dept. of Geography   
                     
      GIS and Natural Hazards   

        
      Feb 20   James Symons, Professor Emeritus, University of Houston   
                     
      History of the disinfection by-products issue   

        
      Feb 27   TBA

        
      Mar 5   David Allen, Director, Center for Energy and Environmental Resources University of Texas at Austin
                    and
      Student Poster Session   
                    
      The Energy Institute at the University of Texas, AEESP Distinguished Traveling Lecture
                    
      Co-hosted by the University of Central Florida   

        
      Mar 12   Spring Break   No lecture planned  
       
        
      Mar 19   Pratyusha Basu, USF Dept. of Geography   
                      
      Engineering and Ethics: An International History of Large Dams in India   

        
      Mar 26   Al Hines, USF Marine Science   
                      
      Pulley Ridge--Deepest Coral Reef on the US Continental Shelf and Its Environmental Significance   

        
      Apr 2     Robert Brinkmann, USF Dept. of Geography   
                     
      Environmental Sustainability Planning in Clearwater   

        
      Apr 9     Rene Wiesner Brown, Pasco County Lands Program Manager   
                     
      Three years of Pasco County environmental lands management   

        
      Apr 16   Mya Breitbart, USF Marine Science   
                      
      Viruses in sewage and reclaimed water - implications for human and environmental health  
       
        
      Apr 23   TBA

      ERIC sessions this semester are held in the College of Public Health (CPH 1023C), Wednesday’s 4:00 – 5:15 pm.

      Please visit the ERIC website for more information and an archive of prior presentations.  http://netcast.usf.edu/ERIC



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      Please note: E-mail communications sent to and from the Children’s Board of Hillsborough County are subject to the public records laws of Florida.

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