SCI@RIC to host Providence Green Drinks on September 20th
5:00pm: Event begins in the President’s Dining Room on the second floor of Rhode Island College’s Donovan Dining Center.
7:00pm: Dr. Jay Turner, author of The Promise of Wilderness: American Environmental Politics Since 1964, will deliver a free public lecture titled "Wilderness and the Myths of American Environmentalism" in Clarke Science 128.
Following his talk, Professor Turner will be available for a book signing.
Click here and scroll down to view past SCI@RIC lectures
Climate Change: Understanding the Science and Skepticism
Jennie Stephens, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science and Policy, Clark University
Climate Change: Global and Local Perspectives
Timmons Roberts, Director of the Brown University Center for Environmental Studies and Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies
Waves of Change: Meeting Climate Change Head-on in Rhode Island
Pamela Rubinoff, Coastal Management Extension Specialist, Rhode Island Sea Grant
Nature’s Ghosts: An Environmental History of Extinction
Karl Jacoby, Professor of History, Brown University
Where the Wild Things Are: Living with a new top predator in your backyard
Numi Mitchell, Lead Scientist and Project Director for the Narragansett Bay Coyote Study, The Conservation Agency