Global Environmental Politics

Master's Degree Programs in Global Environmental Policy and in Natural Resources and Sustainable Development

Wil Burns 1/28/15 Event

1/20/15-1/28/15 Upcoming Events

Note: The Upcoming Events blog posts on SISGEP.org are copies (with some editing) of emails sent to GEP current students.  They are intended to provide prospective students with an idea of the events that GEP students have access to and to provide information to current students through an additional outlet.  If you would like to attend an event and are not a current member of the GEP community, please email gep@american.edu to see if the event is open the general public.

Welcome back to the start of the semester! Here are a few upcoming GEP events. Mark your calendars!
1) Wednesday, January 21, 5:30pm, SIS Abramson Family Founders Room

Practicum Report: Water, Cooperation, and Peace in the Middle East
Speakers: practicum students, Jeffrey Sosland, Assistant Professor, SPExS; Ken Conca, Professor, SIS
RSVP Requested
Sponsored by the
Center for Israel Studies and the Global Environmental Politics program

2) Wednesday, January 28, 3:00-4:30pm, SIS Abrahamson Family Founders Room

Dr. Wil Burns lecture on “The Other CO2 Problem: Oceanic Acidification and its Potential Impacts on Marine Species”

Click here to RSVP.

3) Friday, February 6, 5:30-9pm, [Professor Shapiro’s house, address omitted]

Judy’s Spring 2015 Potluck!

Welcome back to the start of the semester potluck! Bring a dish to share. If you need ideas:

Last name:

A-E- appetizers
F-L- salads
M-S- Main Dishes
T-Z- Desserts

Events that are not program-related but may be relevant to the GEP community are not included in Upcoming Events blog posts; however, current students do receive an email of such events on a regular basis.

Author: sisgep

The Global Environmental Politics program in the School of International Service at American University offers a unique, specialized, and world-leading graduate environmental studies education. We have two degree tracks: Global Environmental Policy (GEP), and our dual-degree Natural Resources and Sustainable Development (NRSD) option with the UN-mandated University for Peace in Costa Rica. Join us!

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