The goals of the Queen's School of Environmental Studies (SES) colloquium series are to: (a) encourage interdisciplinary knowledge exchange on topics and issues important within environmental studies (b) to encourage collaborations and foster a sense of community among SES faculty, students, and staff. All are welcome to attend.
The Environmental Studies Colloquium Series events are held on Thursdays at 2:30 PM in Kinesiology Room 106. All faculty, staff, and students are strongly encouraged to attend. The format of seminars is flexible (e.g., research talk, panel or roundtable discussion, PechaKucha, skills-building workshops, career or alumni sessions). Creative and engaging seminars are especially welcome!
2022/2023 Colloquium Listing
|October 20, 2022||Dr. David McLagan||Assistant Professor, School of Environmental Studies and Geological Sciences & Geological Engineering, Queen's University||
Introducing the FEWA Lab: Fire, Earth, Water, Air (FEWA) Contaminant Biogeochemistry Research Group
|January 26, 2023||Dr. Christian Seiler||Assistant Professor, School of Environmental Studies, Queen's University||How do biases in the climate forcing affect land carbon balance projections?|
|March 2, 2023||Dr. Stephen Sherwood||Wageningen University, the Netherlands and Fundación EkoRural, Ecuador||‘Food for life’: Andean growers and consumers at the centre of climate change mitigation|
|March 16, 2023||Dr. Lin Li||Director, Global Policy and Advocacy, WWF International||How does science play a role in global policy decision making and implementation?|
|March 30, 2023||Dr. Qian Zhang||Assistant Professor, Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining, Queen's University||The interplay between resource use and climate change in industrial systems|