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Keystone Series

Although participation in the Keystone Series is open, an RSVP helps us to have an idea of how many people are planning to attend and who’s receiving our communications. Please select an event below and complete the short form to hold your place at each event.

Keystone Series World Cafe Interdisciplinary Discussions:

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Wednesday, March 27th, Hicks B853
Doors open: 5:30PM with Light Dinner Served
Formal presentation and discussions begin at 6PM

World Cafe is an interactive, facilitated discussion format designed to allow communities to exchange information and ideas about topics of interest. While the content of the meeting is open, the student leadership has generated a short presentation on Natural Gas Extraction, as well as a list of topics to get discussion started. . This event is targeted for students, faculty, and invited guests of the Ecological Sciences and Engineering Interdisciplinary Graduate Program.

B853 is located in the basement of Hicks Undergraduate Library.

Keystone Series Documentary Screening

Tuesday, April 2nd, Hicks B853
No RSVP Required
B853 is located in the basement of Hicks Undergraduate Library.

Keystone Series Interdisciplinary Panel

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Wednesday, April 10th, Pfendler Hall Dean’s Auditorium
Doors open: 5:30PM, light refreshments served
Formal presentation begins at 6PM

The interdisciplinary panel brings together five perspectives on Natural Gas Extraction that cover key aspects of social and biophysical sciences, including: potential environmental impacts including water quality and greenhouse gas emissions, business development, regulatory considerations, boomtown dynamics, and anticipated effects on rural communities.

A list of confirmed panelists and background information on their perspectives will be posted soon.