Welcome to the Environmental Engineering Seminar Series!

The Environmental Engineering Program Seminar Series will take place each Friday of the Fall 2022 semester from 2:30p.m. until 3:30p.m..  Each seminar will be held in person unless otherwise noted for a particular seminar.  We invite everyone to attend, in SEEC N124, to connect 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.

Fall 2022 EVEN Seminar Series

Fridays at 2:30 – 3:30 pm

Location: SEEC N124




Seminar Information

Sept. 9th

Mike Hannigan; CU Boulder

Trash Talk   
Sept 16th Jana Milford; CU Boulder A Glass Half Full: The 2022 Inflation Reduction Act and US Action on Climate Change  
Sept. 23th Taylor Sharpe; CU Boulder Design and Validation of In-situ Environmental Monitoring Systems to Support Food and Water Security, Service Delivery, and Soil Healt  
Sept. 30th

Blar Hanson; CU Boulder

Development and Optimization of a Fluorescence-Based SEC System  
Oct. 7th Angela Bielefeldt; CU Boulder Sustainability integration into Engineering Education  
Oct. 14th Kathleen Kirsch; CU Boulder TBA  
Oct. 21st E. Michael Thurman; CU Boulder Mass Spectrometry and The Art of Environmental Research  
Oct. 28th Corey Trujillo; CU Boulder Concentrated Solar Power as an Ignition Source for Self-Sustaining Treatment for Active Remediation  
Nov. 4th Joseph E.Goodwill; University of Rhode Island Moving Beyond Resilience by Considering Antifragility in Potable Water Systems  
Nov. 11th Tiezheng Tong; CSU Membrane Distillation for Hypersaline Brine
Management: Connecting Fundamental Science
with Engineering Applications for Improving
System Resilience
Dec. 2nd Amara Holder; EPA The chemical composition of wildfire and urban wildfire smoke  



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

For more videos, please visit the EVEN YouTube Channel

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.. 

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.