School of Environmental Studies

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2019/2020 Seminar Series

The goals of the Queen's School of Environmental Studies (SES) seminar series are to: (a) encourage conversations regarding sustainability and environmental issues from a multidisciplinary perspective and (b) to encourage collaborations and foster a sense of community among SES faculty, students, and staff. All are welcome to attend.

Seminars take place on Thursdays from 2:30 to 3:30 pm in Biosciences 1120 (unless otherwise indicated below). If you wish to host a speaker or give a seminar this coming term, please contact Dr. Diane Orihel (diane.orihel@queensu.ca).

Instructions for hosting or delivering a seminar - click here

2019/2020 Seminar Listing 

Date  Speaker  Affiliation    Title 
Thursday September 12, 2019 SES Faculty (Ryan Danby, Anna Harrison, Heather Jamieson, Diane Orihel, Kyla Tienhaara, Graham Whitelaw, Louise Winn) School of Environmental Studies, Queen's University

Celebrating the Diversity of Research in the Queen's School of Environmental Studies

Thursday, September 19, 2019
*note room change*
BioSciences 1102

Dr. Dianne Saxe McMurtry Fellow, Osgoode Law School and Former Environmental Commissioner of Ontario
https://saxefacts.com

The climate crisis and carbon pricing

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Thursday September 26, 2019 Morgan Lehtinen PhD Candidate, Department of Chemistry, Queen's University

H2Only: Smart Filters for Efficient Oil/Water Separation

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Paul Hynds (co-hosted with BWRC)

 

Random forests and kidney failure: A statistical journey

Thursday,    October 10, 2019 Heather Jamieson Faculty, School of Environmental Studies The Complicated Environmental Legacy of Arsenic near Yellowknife, NWT
Thursday,    October 17, 2019

Barrington Walker (2:30-3:00); Mark Gerretsen (3:00-3:30)

NDP and Liberal Party Candidates, Kingston A conversation on sustainability
Thursday,    October 24, 2019   FALL TERM BREAK  
Thursday,    October 31, 2019 Julie Adams PhD Candidate, School of Environmental Studies, Queen's University

The potential for oil to be entrained in riverbed sediments and the bioavailability and toxicity of trapped oil to developing fish

Thursday, November 7, 2019 Robert Lovelace Continuing Adjunct, Department of Global Development Studies, Queen's University TBD
Thursday, November 14, 2019 Laura Beechcraft MES Student, School of Environmental Studies, Queen's University TBD
Thursday, November 21, 2019

Sarah Flisikowski

MES Student, School of Environmental Studies, Queen's University TBD
Thursday, November 28, 2019 Colin Khan
PhD Candidate, School of Environmental Studies, Queen's University
TBD
Thursday,    January 9, 2020 TBD TBD TBD
Thursday,    January 16, 2020 TBD TBD TBD
Thursday,    January 23, 2020 Brigittte Evering PhD Candidate, Indigenous Studies, Trent University Knowledge constellations to inform Indigenous and environmental education
Thursday,    January 30, 2020 TBD TBD TBD
Thursday,    February 6, 2020 TBD TBD TBD
Thursday,    February 13, 2020 TBD TBD TBD
Thursday,    February 20, 2020   READING WEEK  
Thursday,    February 27, 2020

Carolyn DeLoyde

PhD Candidate, Department of Geography and Planning, Queen's University TBD
Thursday,       March 5, 2020

Katrina Furlanetto

MES Student, School of Environmental Studies, Queen's University  
TBD
Thursday,       March 12, 2020

Nada Sadeq, Jennie Moe

MES Students, School of Environmental Studies, Queen's University

"Rapid water screening to detect antibiotic resistant bacteria using TECTA-PBS" (Sadeq); "Measuring the biodegradation of naphtha in athabasca oil sands tailings ponds using fluorescence spectroscopy" (Moe)

Thursday,       March 19, 2020 Madeleine Kelly, Junjie Jin
MES Students, School of Environmental Studies, Queen's University  
Antimicrobial resistance, phylogroups, distribution and sources of E. coli in private drinking water wells (Kelly); Detecting the invisible: early monitoring of cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms with qPCR (Jin)
Thursday,       March 26, 2020

Eden Hataley

MES Student, School of Environmental Studies, Queen's University  

Can microplastic particles act as a medium to concentrate waterborne microcystin?

Thursday,          April 2, 2020 TBD TBD TBD