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Climate Change and Sustainability Seminar


March 23, 2017

12:45 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Room 114, Chemistry Building, McNichols Campus

Dr. Victor Carmona presents a seminar entitled, "Linking Ecology and Social Justice as an Integrative Framework for Sustainability in STEM" in Climate Change and Sustainability Seminar from 12:45 to 2 p.m. in Room 114 of the Chemistry Building.

As a dedicated teacher-scholar, Dr. Carmona’s work involves addressing climate change and sustainability from the global perspective of a Jesuit University and its mission of social justice.  Dr. Carmona brings a unique model of engaging students that combines undergraduate research and social justice and connecting students internationally using academic technology innovation. He has also been deeply involved in educating scientists to help El Salvador address the effects of and solutions to these global issues. Dr. Carmona is a distinguished Fulbright Professor of Biology at Loyola Marymount University, a Fellow in the Academy of Catholic Thought and Imagination, and Research Associate with the Center of Global Health Research at Universidad de El Salvador (UES).

We hope you will consider attending since Dr. Carmona is the lead candidate for faculty position in Biology who will lead the College’s new Sustainability Initiative. Students are definitely welcome and light refreshments will be served in the Chemistry lobby starting at 12:15 p.m. Learn more about Dr. Carmona online.

For further information or to meet with Dr. Carmona, please contact Karla Lewis,

Emerging Leaders Program: [+1 Engagement & Learning]

RSVP: Unnecessary

Contact: John Powell, web, social media & tech specialist, College of Engineering & Science
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