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Interdisciplinary Lecture Series

The Fulton School of Liberal Arts supports this weekly series, featuring expert faculty from across SU who connect their disciplinary perspectives to a broader topic. Although the lectures connect with each other throughout the semester, each Monday’s presentation and discussion stands on its own, and no prior attendance is required. Members of both the campus and the community are welcome to attend. The lectures are also available as a one-credit pass/fail course with no prerequisites (as IDIS 280).

The 2018 spring semester course begins on January 29th and meets on Mondays from 7:00 – 8:30 pm in Fulton Hall 111.

For more information, contact Karl Maier at kjmaier@salisbury.edu. 

Spring 2018: Changing Climate, Changing World

SU faculty discuss issues of climate change and the implications of climate disruption in the natural and social worlds that we inhabit.

Responding to Climate Change Lecture Poster

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Note changes in time or location in bold

2/5         The Physical Science of Climate and Climate Change
                                Brent Skeeter, Ph.D. & Darren Parnell, Ph.D., Geography & Geosciences


2/12       Climate Change, Severe Weather, and Effects on Infrastructure
                                Craig Ramseyer, Ph.D., Geography & Geosciences


2/19       Conservation and Species Responses to Climate Change
                                Tami Ransom, Ph.D., Environmental Studies


2/26       Social Disasters: How Nations and Communities are Preparing for a Changing World
                                Mike Lewis, Ph.D., Environmental Studies

3/5         Storming the Wall: Climate Change, Migration, and Homeland Security (GAC 462)
                                Todd Miller, Visiting Author

Please arrive early.  Parking for this event may be limited in Lots A & B (Route 13). You may also consider Lots D (Dogwood Dr) and E & F (Camden Ave) www.salisbury.edu/parking/map.html

3/12       The Politics of Climate Change: From Global Agreements to Local Initiatives
                                Sarah Surak, Ph.D., Political Science

 3/19       Spring break – no lecture

 3/26       Documentary: “Saving Snow”
                                Panel Discussion


4/2         Climate Change - To Believe or not to Believe: (why) that is the Question
                                Karl Maier, Ph.D., Psychology

4/9         Creating Climate Language and Literature
                                Stephanie Bernhard, Ph.D., English


4/16       How Policymakers and Business Leaders are Responding to Climate Change
                Ashley Lawson, M.S., Senior Solutions Fellow, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions


4/23       Planetary Provocations: Rethinking Climate Change Education
                                Shane Hall, Ph.D., Environmental Studies

4/30       BRAVE NEW EARTH: Contemporary artists respond to climate change
                                Heather Theresa Clark, B.S., M.S., Visiting Artist


5/7         Cinematic Responses in the era of Climate Change
                                David Johnson, Ph.D., English

5/14       Visual Artists Respond to Climate Change (or not)
                                Bill Wolff, M.F.A., M.A., Art

5/17      Exhibits from various campus & local community groups on how they respond to the issue    of climate change (GAC 4th floor; Thursday 4:30 - 6:30 pm)

 

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