Global Change & Sustainability Center Seminar Series

Tuesday, Mar 21, 2017 04:00 – 05:00
Presidents Circle 201, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
  • Lance Gunderson, Department of Environmental Science, Emory University
    “Adaptation and Transformation in Managed Riparian and Wetland Systems across the US.” Abstract, flyer 

 

2016-17 is the seventh year of the GCSC seminar series, which presents some of the best researchers–from around campus and across the country–whose work sheds light on global change and sustainability.

LOCATION: 210 ASB (ALINE SKAGGS BIOLOGY) UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
ALTERNATE TUESDAYS, 4:00-5:00 PM

Seminars are open to all, and students who are enrolled in the Seminar course, SUST 6800, have additional opportunities to engage with the speakers. GCSC-affiliated faculty and their students are invited to nominate speakers for the GCSC Seminar Series. See grey box below for links to seminar videos.

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Why We Care

  • While photographing at The Great Salt Lake, I learned that it is a vastly different experience than other bodies of water. It is other-worldy, eerie, and beautiful at the same time. It is calming, peaceful, and a very inspirational place to be. Some may call the experience spiritual. Others may call it freeing. I call it magical.

    My favorite quote is by Loren Eisley; “If there is magic in this world, it is contained in water.” I absolutely believe that The Great Salt Lake is a place of magic, and that is what I strive to showcase.

    -- Tylyn Cullison, Alfred Lambourne Prize Participant

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