Teale Lunch Discussion RSVP

“When is a Stream a Stream? States, Feds, Big Business Beg to Differ but Science Shows it Matters”
Dr. Margaret Palmer
Distinguished University Professor & Director of the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center
Co-Author of the book Foundations of Restoration Ecology
University of Maryland

LUNCH (please rsvp by 1/29)
Date: Thursday February 1st, 2024
Time: 12:00-1:30pm
Location: Bamford Room, Torrey Life Sciences 171b

To RSVP for the 12pm lunch, please complete this form.

Lectures are held at 4pm the same day in the Konover Auditorium (Thomas J. Dodd Center).

The Edwin Way Teale Lecture Series —“Nature and the Environment”— honors the legacy of a prominent American naturalist, photographer, and writer who helped bridge the gap between the conservation and ecological movements of the 20th century.

By working independently from the 1940s through the 1970s, Edwin Way Teale was able to ignore the widening schism between the sciences and the humanities, and the narrowing and hardening of the STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) disciplines. Our lecture series follows his example by featuring a smorgasbord of artists, scientists, writers, economists, filmmakers, politicians, philosophers, lawyers, archivists, journalists and others.

Please note that space is very limited.  If you are unable to attend if offered a spot, do notify TJ promptly at tj.beaucage@uconn.edu so we may invite someone from the waitlist to take your place.

For more information visit https://cese.uconn.edu/the-edwin-way-teale-lecture-series/