TCU Sustainability Lecture SeriesSeptember 2, 2010
TCU Sustainability Lecture Series
The new TCU Sustainability Lecture Series is open to the public and features 15 guest lecturers presenting on the topic of sustainability. Topics include architecture, automobiles, rainwater harvesting, sustainable living and self sufficiency, business, careers, water conservation, recycling, farming, philosophy, gardens, religion, consumer choices, environmental politics, and food. See the link for the updated schedule and details of lectures.
TCU Department of Sociology and Anthropology Sustainability Lecture Series
Open to the Public
Time: 1:00-1:50 p.m.
Location: Sid W. Richardson, Lecture Hall 1
Aug 27 Keith Whitworth, Ph.D. Sustainability and the Moral Imperative: The Global Cultural Tipping Point TCU Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Sept 1 David Rodriguez, LEED AP The Green Architectural Revolution: The U.S. Green Building Council and the LEED Rating System Ware Architecture
Sept 8 Craig Eppling The Future of the Automobile and What Will Power It General Motors, Regional Communications Manager
Sept 15 Dotty Woodson, Ed.D. Rainwater Harvesting Extension Program Specialist, Water Resources, Texas AgriLife Extension, Texas A & M
Sept 22 Connie Nahoolewa, MSW Sustainable Living and Self Sufficiency: Past, Present, and Future Director at Northside Interchurch Agency
Sept 29 Michael Gilbert, CEO ROI of Sustainability element 6 group, inc., Custom Strategies for Carbon Reduction (ROI Return On Investment)
Oct 6 John Thompson III, Executive Director Truth, Lies, and What That Has to Do with My Career? TCU Career Services
Oct 13 Andy Schoolmaster, Ph.D. The Future of Our Water: Consumption, Clashes, and Conservation Dean of TCU AddRan College of Liberal Arts
Oct 20 Mitzi Carter Recycling: An Overview of the Recycling Industry and TCUs Paper Recycling Initiative Evergreen Paper Recycling, Inc.
Oct 27 All Natural Meat Production
Nov 3 & 5 Richard Galvin, Ph.D., & John Harris, Ph.D. Moral Standing and the Environment TCU Department of Philosophy
Nov 10 Scott Feille My Life as a Tree: How REAL School Gardens Educates for Sustainability REAL School Gardens, Regional Program Director
Nov 17 Dave Aftandilian, Ph.D. Religion and Sustainability TCU Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Nov 19 Amy Roehl An Ecclectic Approach to Sustainability TCU Department of Design, Merchandising & Textiles
Nov 29 Lisa Vanderlinden, Ph.D. The Environmental Politics of Dams and Indigenous People TCU Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Dec 1 Giri Akkaraju, Ph.D. My Food Comes From Where?!! TCU Department of Biology
For more information, contact Keith H. Whitworth, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org (817-257-5941).