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|Tuesday, February 3||
"History in the Public Sense: The National Park Service and Education"
Rackham Assembly Hall, 4th floor
Click here for more information.
|Friday, February 6||
Family Fun Night - Exhibit Museum, 7-9 pm
Wild Heart presents "Living in the Wilderness"
The program features an introduction to skills for living in the wild used by indigenous peoples around the world, and will include hands-on activities. Reservations are required; call (313) 936-5834. Price: $5/adults, $3 seniors & children 6-12, under 5 free, discount prices for Museum members. Pay at the door. More information on this event available here.
|Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, February 11-13||
DeRoy Graf Seminar - "Rethinking Agriculture in the Age of Ecology"
This seminar is part of Honors 493.001
The DeRoy Graf Professors for Winter 1998 areWes Jackson and Donald Worster who will each give a public lecture during one of their two visits to the University of Michigan campus in January or February.
|Wednesday, February 11||
Wes Jackson - "The Oneness of the Creation: From Genomes to
Ecosystems to Human Communities"
Public Lecture, 7:30 pm, 1210 Chemistry Building
More information available here.
|Thursday, February 12||Film: Microcosmos - 7 pm, Natural Science Auditorium|
|Monday-Friday, February 16-20||
Housing Kick-Off Week
Housing will be kicking off the Environmental Semester and their Ecolympics.
|Thursday, February 19||
D.J. Peterson - "Nature in Transition: The Fate of the
Environment and the Future of Russia."."
Public Lecture, 4:00 pm, 2024 Dana Building
Dr. Peterson is a Resident consultant in the International Studies Group at the RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, California, where he specializes in environmental, natural resources, and technology policy. Sponsored by CREES & SNRE
|Tuesday, February 24||
Daniel Janzen - "How to Grow a Wildland: The Gardenification of
Public Lecture, 4:00 pm, Rackham Amphitheatre
Dr Janzen is professor of Biology at the University of Pennsylvania and is known for his research in ecology and biodiveristy of ecosystems. More information available here.
|Thursday, February 26||Film: "Milagro Beanfield War" - 7 pm, Natural Science Auditorium|
|Thursday, February 26||
Community Access TV airing "Environmental Theme Semester"
8:00 pm, Channel 9.