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NDEER 2006

Published on 11.07.2006

The Center for Aquatic Conservation, GLOBES, The Office of Research, and The Graduate School invite you to participate in NDEER 2006. NDEER 2006: 5th Annual Symposium on Notre Dame Environmental Education and Research.

November 16, 2006 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Center for Continuing Education

NDEER 2006 is an interdisciplinary conference that seeks to engage Notre Dame’s community of scholars in a day-long workshop entitled “Forging Integrative Solutions: Challenges in Disease, Water Quality, and Pollution.” The morning plenary sessions will feature guest speakers Dr. Austin Demby, Director of the CDC’s Global Aids Program in Malawi, South Africa; Douglass Rohrman, environmental lawyer with the Chicago law firm of Lord, Bissell, and Brook; and Peter Annin, former Newsweek journalist and author of “The Great Lakes Water Wars.” Topic workshops continue during afternoon breakout sessions followed by a general panel discussion and reports.

The morning plenary is open to the entire Notre Dame community. Graduate students and faculty members are invited to register for the lunch and afternoon breakout sessions. To register and for more information, go to the NDEER website . There is no cost for registration.

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