The JHU Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences presents a seminar on Thurs, March 30 at 12 pm on the Homewood campus with Paul Ferraro, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Ferraro will discuss his research measuring the causal effects and mechanisms through which environmental interventions affect the environment and human welfare.
The 2017 Hopkins Global Health Day will take place on Thursday, March 30 at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health to share and inform global health knowledge, expertise and experiences with the Johns Hopkins, local, and international communities. The day will feature keynote speaker, Ambassador Deborah Birx, faculty mentorship awards, lunch and student poster session.
Hosted by the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute on Tues, March 28 at 4 pm on the JHU Homewood campus, this lecture features Nils Bubandt, Professor of Anthropology at Aarhus University.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Social Concern invites JHU faculty and staff interested in incorporating community-based learning and STEM into courses to participate in a workshop on Tues, March 28 from 10 am to 1 pm. The workshop will be presented by a leader in developing service-learning programs that connect students and community organizations to address human, community, and environmental needs.
03/20/17 - 03/23/17
Hosted by the Natural Capital Project, the 2017 Natural Capital Symposium fosters and supports the work of bringing ecosystem services into policy and decision making, by building capacity, sharing success stories and lessons learned, and advancing work in use cases around the world. To be held March 20-23 at Stanford University. This is a non-Hopkins event.
The Council of Energy Research and Education Leaders invites higher-education faculty and staff to an energy education webinar to discuss a conceptual framework for sustainable energy, a set of criteria and standards for assessing primary energy sources, and a set of questions that can frame and guide energy education for college students. This is a non-Hopkins event.
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School presents a lecture on Thurs, March 9 at 5 pm with Parris N. Glendening, former Maryland Governor and President of Smart Growth America’s Leadership Institute and the Governor’s Institute on Community Design. Registration is required to attend.
The Energy, Resources and Environment Program at the JHU School of Advanced International Studies presents a discussion on Wed, March 8 at the JHU Washington, DC Center on carbon fees and dividends to address climate change. RSVP is required to attend.
The JHU Whiting School of Engineering invite you to a presentation on Wed, March 8 at 1:30 pm on the Homewood campus with Ciaran Harman, an assistant professor in the environmental health and engineering department examining the complex dynamics of water flow through the landscape. RSVP required to attend.
The Energy, Resources and Environment Program at the JHU School of Advanced International Studies presents a discussion with Noah Kaufman and Karl Hausker, both from the World Resources Institute, a global research organization focused on sustainable natural resource management. To be held Tues, March 7 at 5 pm at the Washington, DC Center. RSVP is required to attend.
Join the JHU Alexander Grass Humanities Institute on Tues, March 7 at 4 pm on the JHU Homewood campus for a lecture with Dr. Stefan Helmreich from MIT.
The JHU Whiting School of Engineering invite you to a presentation on Wed, March 1 at 1:30 pm on the Homewood campus featuring Dennice Gayme, assistant professor of mechanical engineering. Her research on modeling, design and control of distributed systems are essential to scaling up renewable energy and efficient, reliable energy systems. RSVP required to attend.
03/01/17 - 03/03/17
The annual Climate Leadership Conference, to be held March 1-3 in Chicago, IL, will convene a global audience of climate, energy, and sustainability professionals to address climate change through policy, innovation, and business solutions. This is a non-Hopkins event.