[Date Prev][Date Next][Date Index]

E-M:/ University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment - Master's Project Symposium April 10th and 11th



 

University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment

Master’s Project Symposium

Thursday, April 10 and Friday, April 11, 2008

Room 2024 Dana Natural Resources Building

 

This symposium is open to the public.  SNRE students, prospective students, staff, faculty, client organizations, community organizations, and the general public are encouraged to attend individual sessions or the entire symposium.  Please note that no RSVPs are required, but seating may be limited.

 

To learn more about SNRE’s master’s project program or to view project descriptions please visit:  http://sitemaker.umich.edu/snre-mastersproject/home

 

 

Schedule

Master's Project & Practicum Symposium 2008 - Room 2024 Dana Building

Thursday, April 10th

10:10-11:10am

Biodiversity Conservation and Collaborative Management in

Jamaica’s Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park

11:20am-12:20pm

Residential Green Roof Implementation in Washington, DC: A Stormwater Management Tool for an Impervious Urban Environment

12:20-12:50pm

Lunch Break

12:50-1:50pm

Hybrid Organization Innovations Toward Sustainability

2-3pm

Future Management Strategies for El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico

Friday, April 11th

9-10am

Valuing Water: A Globally Sustainable Approach for the Pharmaceutical Industry

10:10-11:10am

New Mobility Solutions for South Africa & India: A Framework for Success

11:20am-12:20pm

Evaluating Renewable Energy Options for BHP Billiton's Global Assets

12:20-12:50pm

Lunch Break

12:50-1:50pm

Fish Consumption and Environmental Justice on the Detroit River AOC

2-2:30pm

Cranes, Floodplains, and Urban Space: Using Normative Scenarios to

Guide the Urban Design of Nanchang, China

2:35-3:05pm

Alternative Uses for City-owned Vacant Property in Detroit, MI

3:10-4:10pm

Visions of Argo: Alternative Futures for Ann Arbor’s Riverfront

 

 

 

If you have any questions about the symposium, please feel free to contact me.

 

Best,

 

Kim LeClair

Student Services Specialist

kleclair@umich.edu

734.764.1402