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The Baruch Climate Change Seminar Presents:
The Spring 2017 Baruch Climate Change Series


Climate Change in the Age of Trump:
The Role of Faculty and Students

A Panel Discussion


Thursday, May 11, 1-2:15 pm, NVC 14-235


From:  The Members of the Baruch Climate Change Seminar
Deborah Balk, Marxe School of International and Public Affairs

Mindy Engle-Friedman, Department of Psychology

Christopher Hallowell, Department of Journalism and the Writing Professions

Matthew LePere, Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity

Kannan Mohan, Communication Information Systems or Department of Information Systems and Statistics

Ivan Montiel, Department of Management

Cynthia Thompson, Department of Management

Steve Young, Department of Psychology

Chester Zarnoch, Department of Natural Sciences


About the Program
This panel discussion will address President Trump’s rollback of strategies to limit greenhouse gas emissions and moderate the extent of climate change. Faculty from across disciplines at Baruch will discuss strategies that faculty and students here and elsewhere are undertaking to move environmental protection and the fight against climate change in the right direction.

This event is open to all students, faculty, and staff concerned about climate change.


To register, please e-mail or call Matthew LePere:

·         Matthew.LePere@Baruch.Cuny.Edu

·         646-312-3231


This program is supported by the Office of the Provost’s Faculty Research Seminars