Bridging Climate and Health: Seminar Series on Strengthening Research and Engagement Seminar One
Feb 10, 2017 - 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Forum Hall, Palmer Commons, 100 Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor
The goal of this seminar series is to stimulate a conversation on climate change and health by engaging faculty and students from across campus. Understanding and promoting the latest science surrounding climate change and health through this seminar series will be a catalyst to the development of a collaborative research agenda.
Open address will be by George Luber from the Centers for Disease Control, who is an international leader in policy related to climate change and health.
Keynote speaker Jalonne White-Newsome is a U-M alumna who leads the Kresge Foundation’s efforts in climate change and health. She has much to offer from her local and national experience in climate, health and equity.
This event is co-sponsored by U-M School of Nursing, U-M School of Public Health, U-M School of Natural Resources and Environment and U-M Graham Sustainability Institute.