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Fourth Distinguished Lecture Series to start September

Weekly seminar series to feature top water experts from around the world

The Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS) and the School of Environment and Sustainability are proud to present a weekly seminar series featuring top water experts from around the world.

Breakthroughs in Water Security Research: 2016 Global Institute for Water Security Distinguished Lecture Series begins on September 14 and continues through to November.

Click here to see videos from past lectures.

These lectures are free and open to the public. Graduate students are encouraged to also enroll in the series for credit (as part of ENVS 898, Breakthroughs in Water Security Research).

All lectures will be held on Wednesdays in the U of S Convocation Hall at 3:30 p.m. unless otherwise stated.

Schedule:

September

14: Guenter Bloeschl, Vienna University of Technology

21: Hoshin Gupta, University of Arizona – Department of Hydrology and Water Resources - ** Innovation Place Candle Room **

28: Susan Hubbard, Associate Laboratory Director and Sr. Scientist, Berkeley Lab, Adjunct Professor, Environmental Science, Policy and Management, UC Berkeley

October

5: Alberto Montanari, University of Bologna - ** Innovation Place Candle Room **

12: Doerthe Tetzlaff, University of Aberdeen

19: Chris Soulsby, University of Aberdeen

26: Jim Hall, University of Oxford

November

2: Sue Brantley, Penn State University

16: Dara Entekhabi, MIT

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