The Bucknell Center for Sustainability & the Environment's first ever "Environmental Snaptalks" occurred on Thursday, March 10, 2011. Six professors from across colleges and departments spoke for eight minutes each on a variety of environmental and sustainability perspectives. Their presentations are available for to view:
- Beth Duckles, assistant professor of sociology, discussed "Looking Green and Being Green Using Sustainable Construction Practices."
- Kevin Gilmore, visiting assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, examined "Implementation of the Total Dissolved Solids Restrictions on Marcellus Shale Flowback Water."
- Duane Griffin, associate professor of geography, talked about "How Biodiversity Changed the Last Time Climate Ran Amok."
- Tammy Hiller, associate professor of management, described "Introducing the new Managing for Sustainability Major in the School of Management."
- Sheila Lintott, assistant professor of philosophy, discussed "Aesthetic Dimension of the Interrelations between Ecological Science and Ethics: The Other Leopoldian Bridge."
- George Shields, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, presented "Modeling the Growth of Clusters and Aerosols from First Principles: How do we Understand Feedback Systems in a Warming Climate?"
These snaptalks were part of the Bucknell Center for Sustainability & the Environment's ongoing goal to build connections between faculty and community members with similar interests, foster the development of cross-disciplinary research, teaching, and activity, and broaden our understanding of nature and the environment.