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Please join us for the first in the spring series of Marquee Lectures in Science and Technology.
This special series is designed for undergraduate students and the campus community. Bring your Clickers to participate!
http://www.marqueecourses.umd.edu/marqueelectures.html

February 28. 6pm-7pm. Biosciences Research Building Room 1101
"The Future of Global Energy and Climate"
presented by UMD faculty:
Jordan Goodman, Professor and Former Chair Department of Physics
Steven Rolston, Professor of Physics and Director of the Joint Quantum Institute
Instructors for PHYS105: Physics for Decision Makers, the Global Energy Crisis.

Global warming, shrinking oil supplies, biofuels, nuclear power. What if you had to make decisions that could ultimately determine the survival of our planet? What would you need to know? How does the science interact with politics and economics in decisions about policies -- should we limit energy use? Invest in biofuels?


Ann C. Smith, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean
Office of Undergraduate Studies
2100 Marie Mount Hall
University of Maryland, College Park MD
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301.405.9165

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