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Columbia SRP Seminar Series October 17, 2011 at 3pm, Lamont Campus

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  • Meredith Golden
    *On behalf of Columbia University s Superfund Research Program, we would like to invite you and your colleagues to the Columbia SRP Seminar Series on Monday,
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      *On behalf of Columbia University's Superfund Research Program, we would
      like to invite you and your colleagues to the Columbia SRP Seminar
      Series on Monday, October 17th, 2011 from 3pm to 5 pm at the Lamont Campus.*

      Malgosia Madajewicz, International Research Institute for Climate and
      Society, Columbia University will present "Who should make decisions
      about providing drinking water? An experiment with allocation of
      decision making authority in rural Bangladesh" and Megan Niedzwiecki,
      Department of Environmental Health, Columbia University's Mailman School
      of Public Health, will give a talk on "Glutathione and Arsenic
      Methylation in Bangladesh". The seminar will take place at Columbia's
      Lamont Campus, in the Gary C. Comer Geochemistry Building, 1st floor
      conference room, Columbia University Lamont Campus, 61 Route 9W,
      Palisades New York..

      *This seminar will be available through web-conferencing*. If you would
      like to participate remotely please contact Meredith Golden via email
      <mgolden at ciesin dot columbia dot edu> by Friday, October 14th. *If
      you are planning on driving to the Lamont campus for the seminar, please
      contact Sandra Yoshida *by email <syoshida at ldeo dot columbia dot edu>
      or call 845-365-8301. She will add your name to the seminar guest list
      and give this to Lamont's gatekeeper. Please mention that you are
      attending the Superfund seminar when you stop at the entrance to Lamont.

      The Seminar Series is open to anyone interested in these topics.

      Here is a more detailed schedule:

      3:00pm-4:00pm
      *"Who should make decisions about providing drinking water? An
      experiment with allocation of decision-making authority in rural
      Bangladesh"*

      Malgosia Madajewicz
      International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI)
      Columbia University
      malgosia at iri dot columbia dot edu

      4:00pm-4:05pm Break

      4:05pm-5:00pm
      *"Glutathione and Arsenic Methylation in Bangladesh"*

      Megan Niedzwiecki
      Department of Environmental Health
      Mailman School of Public Health
      Columbia University
      megan dot niedzwiecki at gmail dot com

      5:00pm Adjourn


      If you would like more details on these presentations, you may contact
      speakers directly via the e-mails provided above. For more information
      about Columbia's SRP projects and publications please see our website at
      http://superfund.ciesin.columbia.edu

      If you have any questions, please feel free to contact either Nancy
      LoIacono (212-305-1623) at Division of Environmental Health Sciences of
      the Mailman School of Public Health or Sandra Yoshida at Lamont-Doherty
      Earth Observatory (845-365-8301).

      Please note: If you would prefer not to be on the circulation list for
      the Columbia SRP announcements, please contact Meredith Golden <mgolden
      @ ciesin.columbia.edu> and your name will be removed. Alternatively, if
      you know someone who would like to receive the announcements, they can
      request to have their name added to the list.

      Hope that you can join us on the 17th!

      Meredith Golden

      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      Senior Research Associate, Science Applications Division, CIESIN
      Co-PI, Columbia Superfund Research Program Research Translation Core
      Columbia University
      Geosciences
      PO Box 1000, 61 Route 9W
      Palisades NY 10964
      phone: 845-365-8968
      fax: 845-365-8922



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