Climate Change Continuing Education Symposia for Faculty

FREE weekly webinars on Tuesdays, 3 pm Eastern Time

The National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE), Council of Environmental Deans and Directors (CEDD) and the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC)  invite you to participate in a series of free weekly webinars that will introduce you to exciting resources for teaching about climate change science and solutions that are located on the CAMEL (Climate Adaptation and Mitigation E-learning) web portal (www.CAMELclimatechange.org).
NCSE will provide a “digital badge” of participation to registered faculty members.
Each free webinar will feature a faculty member discussing a teaching module or exercise and how to use it in your teaching. The modules to be discussed are designed for undergraduate students, primarily at an introductory level.

Webinar Schedule:

1.       March 20 - Introduction to the CAMEL Resource,  Andy Jorgensen, University of Toledo
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2.       March 27 - David Kitchen, University of Richmond, Recent Climate Change
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3.       April 3 - Arnold Bloom, Un. California – Davis, Climate Change and Wine
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4.       April 10 -  Kevin Spigel, Unity College: A Mini-Module Approach to Understanding Climate Change
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5.       April 17 -  Tricia Mynster, University of Nevada – Las VegasClimate Change Impacts on Colorado River Water Supply
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6.       April 24 -  Octaviana Trujillo, Northern Arizona University and Teresa Newberry, TOCC – Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Climate Change
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7.       May 1 -  Dave Hassenzahl, Chatham University, NASA Time Machine Visualization
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8.       May 8  - Stephanie Pfirman and Patrick Callahan, Barnard College
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9.       May 15 - Mike Finewood, Chatham University,  Climate Change and Food
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10.   May 22  - Lisa Bosman and William Van Lopik, College of the Menominee, Climate Change and Energy from an American Indian Perspective
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