Welcome to the Environmental Engineering Seminar Series!

The Environmental Engineering Program Seminar Series will take place each Friday of the Spring 2022 semester from 12:30p.m. until 1:30p.m..  Each seminar will be held in a hybrid modality unless otherwise noted for a particular seminar.  We invite everyone to attend in person, in SEEC N126, to reconnect with their peers and professors. 

These Friday seminars have historically (20+ years) provided an opportunity for EVEN affiliates to create a sense of community with professors, fellow students, and others.  We look forward to having you join us!

The seminar announcements are also sent out though email. If you'd like to be added to our mailing list, please contact the EVEN office.

Spring 2022 EVEN Seminar Series

Fridays at 12:30 – 1:30 pm

Physical Location: SEEC S372A&B

Please note that masks will be required at all times for those attending seminars in person.

Zoom: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/7498220010

Zoom Password: Please email us at evenoffice@colorado.edu

 

Date

Speaker

Title

Seminar Information

Jan. 28th

Prof. Hope Michelsen

Finding the Smoking Gun: Solving the Mystery of Soot Formation

 
Feb. 4th EVEN Graduate Students EVEN Graduate Student Research Lightning Talks  
Feb. 11th Prof. Charles Driscoll, Syracuse University Every Cloud has a Quicksilver Lining: Sources, Effects, and Strange U.S. Policies of Atmospheric Mercury  
Feb. 18th Prof. Brad Wham, CU Boulder 2021 Marshall Fires: Water System Response and Recovery **Held in SEEC N129**
Feb. 25th

**Cancelled**

Jessica Ray, University of Washington

Cost-Effective, Sustainably-Produced, Engineered Media for Enhanced Contaminant Removal in Urban Stormwater **This seminar has been postponed until Fall 2022**
Mar. 4th JoAnn Silverstein, University of Colorado One Person's Journey - Reflections on 45 Years of Learning and Practice in Environmental Engineering  
Mar. 11th Joyce Zhu, American Water Long Term Lab-Scale Studies of Simulated Reclaimed Water Distribution: Effects of Disinfectants, Biofiltration, Temperature and Rig Design  
Mar. 18th Dr. Walter Lee, Virginia Tech Conceptualizing Marginalization in Engineering Education  
Apr. 1st Tanya Petach, University of Colorado Long-term Trends in Acid Rock Drainage and Implications for Remediation Assessment **Held in SEEC N129**
Apr. 8th Michael Ogletree, Colorado Deperatment of Public Health and Environment TBA  
Apr. 15th Maya Trotz, University of South Florida Coral Restoration Connections to Coastal Communities and Climate Change: Experience and Opportunities in Placencia, Belize  
Apr. 22nd Joe Goodwill, University of Rhode Island Moving Beyond Resilience by Considering Antifragility in Potable Water Systems  
Apr. 29th Ruth Marfil-Verga, Shimadzu Scientific Instruments TBA  

 

Videos:

Shelly Miller: Environmental Engineering Seminar: Aerosol Emissions from Musicians and Performers

For more videos, please visit the EVEN YouTube Channel


Important Note Regarding Covid-19*

While we encourage in-person attendance to these seminars, they are being held in a hybrid fashion.  If in-person attendance is not an option for you, you will be able to access seminars over Zoom and participate in Q&A sessions as usual. 

Please note that at this time masks are required at all times by those attending the seminars in-person.


Directions to SEEC Building:

Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Complex (SEEC)
University of Colorado Boulder | East Research Campus
4001 Discovery Drive
Boulder CO 80309

By bus: 
RTD’s Monday-through-Friday Stampede bus route will run on a constant loop between the Sustainability, Energy and Environment Community (SEEC) and the University Memorial Center (UMC). 

  • Service frequency will be every 10-12 minutes from 7 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.. 
  • Masks are required on all Buff Buses

Visitors by car: when you arrive at the SEEC Building, please park in the roundabout or behind the building and use the paystation.

 

SEEC Parking Map

The physical location of these seminars will be in one of the classrooms located on the 1st floor of the SEEC Building.

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