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Please note that we have a mask requirement for all seminars at this time.

Seminars will present cutting-edge research on human/environment interactions taking place at Clark University and elsewhere, and are designed to catalyze discussions regarding future research possibilities.

Seminars are open to all. Attendees are expected to be vaccinated and follow Clark’s indoor mask requirements. The format is a 40-45 minute presentation followed by 15-20 minutes of questions and discussion. Seminars will take place from 12:15–1:15 pm in the Sackler Science Center (S122) unless otherwise indicated. Interaction with speakers is encouraged.

Regenerative Urban Ecology: A Next Phase for Science and Society – J. Morgan Grove

Jefferson 218

The Marsh/Kasperson Seminar Series and the Geography Colloquium Speaker Series welcomes J. Morgan Grove, Team Leader, Baltimore Urban Field Station, USDA Forest Service. Seminars are open to all. Attendees are expected to be vaccinated and follow Clark’s indoor mask requirements. The format is a 40-45 minute presentation followed by 15-20 minutes of questions and discussion; […]

Sponsored by: George Perkins Marsh Institute

Challenges and Opportunities in Urban Greening Theory and Practice

Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center, 122

The Marsh/Kasperson Seminar Series welcomes Theo Eisenman, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at UMass Amherst's College of Social & Behavioral Sciences. Seminars are open to all. Attendees are expected to be vaccinated and follow Clark’s indoor mask requirements. The format is a 40-45 minute presentation followed by 15-20 minutes of questions and discussion; interaction with speakers is encouraged.

Sponsored by: George Perkins Marsh Institute

Connecting Massachusetts’ Landscapes to Soundscapes

Alumni and Student Engagement Center 202

Florencia Sangermano, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Geography, Clark University. Seminars are open to all. Attendees are expected to be vaccinated and follow Clark’s indoor mask requirements. The format is a 40-45 minute presentation followed by 15-20 minutes of questions and discussion; interaction with speakers is encouraged.

Towards a Critical Geospatial Analysis of Police Violence

Sackler Science Center 122

Asha Best, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Geography, Clark University.  Seminars are open to all. Attendees are expected to be vaccinated and follow Clark’s indoor mask requirements. The format is a 40-45 minute presentation followed by 15-20 minutes of questions and discussion; interaction with speakers is encouraged.