Dr. Sandra Steingraber

Biologist, writer, science journalist, active citizen coming to the University of Northern Iowa

 


Photo:  www.laurakozlowski.com

All events are free and open to the public!

 

FILM / WEDNESDAY, AUG. 24
7pm, Center for Energy & Environmental Education, Auditorium

Living Downstream – A film based on her book, Living Downstream, takes you on a journey investigating the links between human health and environmental contamination based on the latest biological/ecological research, 60 minutes.

 

DISCUSSION / WEDNESDAY, AUG. 31
Noon, Rod Library, Third Floor, ScholarSpace

UNI Reads Steingraber – Three recent works on extreme energy extraction and public health:

 

LECTURE / WEDNESDAY, SEP. 7
7pm, Lang Hall, Auditorium

“Be Arrested If Necessary”
The Case for Science in Action

Dr. Steingraber speaks about the role of ecology and climate science in a time of climate emergency, the role of scientific evidence as an agent of cultural and political change, and the differences between objectivity and neutrality. Book signing and reception to follow.

 

FROM KNOW-HOW TO DO-NOW / THURSDAY, SEP. 8
8:30 a.m to Lunch, Rod Library, ScholarSpace (third floor)

UNI Conservation Corps invites UNI faculty and students in implementing what we already know in environmental conservation.

FREE! Registration required. For details and to register: science-in-action-at-uni.eventbrite.com

 
 

 

FUNDED BY: Ceres Trust, University of Northern Iowa

ORGANIZED BY: UNI Center for Energy & Environmental Education

FOR MORE INFORMATION: kamyar.enshayan@uni.edu / 319-273-7575