Lunch and Learn spring 2019 poster

Spring 2019 Lunch and Learn Series Launches

Kat Tenbarge
February 14, 2019

The Voinovich School is hosting six Lunch and Learn presentations during the 2019 spring semester. This weekly series provides insight into student research, community activism, academic opportunities, and more.

Lunch and Learn events take place every Friday from noon to 1 p.m. at The Ridges, rotating between Building 21 and 22. Pizza is always provided, and attendees are encouraged to bring water bottles, as each session is a certified Green Event.

Upcoming Lunch and Learn events for spring semester are:

  • Environmental and Ecological Engineering in Appalachia by Dr. Travis Tasker and Dr. William Strosnider from Saint Francis University (February 15, Building 22, Room 221)
  • 21st Century Cities: Smart, Sustainable, Resilient by Alex Hurley, MSES graduate (February 22, Building 22, Room 221)
  • Rural Action: Now and Forward by Debbie Phillips, CEO of Rural Action (March 1, Building 21, Room 105)
  • Making Research Experiences Relevant to the Job Market by Voinovich Scholars Zach Gheen, Katie Kemp, Haley Kennedy, Eli Wanner, and Aleah Cumberbatch (March 22, Building 21, Room 105)
  • Environmental Studies Research Spotlight: Effects of Precipitation Patterns on Sediment, Nutrient, and Biofilm Dynamics in an Acid Mine Drainage Stream by Jennie Brancho and Black Vulture Range Expansion: An Example of Human-Wildlife Conflict by Holly Latteman (March 29, Building 22, Room 221)