The SEES Fall 2023 seminar schedule
All SEES seminars are free and open to the public. The seminars are presented in Blunt
Hall 345 and begin at 2:30 p.m. unless noted otherwise. This schedule is subject to
change and there may be additional seminars added soon.
September 15: Dr. Bryce Lowery - Christopher D. Gibbs College of Architecture, University of Oklahoma will present,
"Public Policy to Address Physical Determinants of Health Case Studies of Cannabis
Exposure and Food Access."
October 6: Dr. Ethan Bottone - Assistant Professor of Geography at Northwest Missouri State University will present,
"Reading the Green Book: The Intersection of Black Geographies and Critical GIS,"
November 3: Dr. Lorrayne Miralha - Assistant Professor at Ohio State University, FABE and Core Faculty member in the Translational Data Analytics Institute, TDAI will present, "Disturbed Landscapes and Water Quality Patterns in the United States:
Implications for Management and Policy."
November 10: Dr. April Luginbuhl Mather, Environmental Studies Program, Oberlin College will present, "The Academic/Public
Nexus: The Role of Public Scholarship in Geographic Literacy."
November 17: Dr. John Lyons, Volcano Geophysicist with USGS Alaska Volcano Observatory and MSU alumnus, 1998
- B.S. Geology will present, "Infrasound and Seismic Data from Restless and Erupting
Volcanoes in Alaska."
December 1: Tim Rosenbury and Randall Whitman will make a presentation on the Grant Avenue Planning project.