David Bradford STEP Seminars

These lunch-time seminars take place from 12:00 -1:00 pm in Wallace 300, with lunch starting at 11:45 am.  Attendance is open to Princeton students, faculty and staff without rsvp.  All others wishing to attend please contact  ccrosby@princeton.edu for approval.  

Scheduled

The Impact of Wildlife Declines on Global Food Security

Mon, Sep 17, 2018, 12:00 pm

Dr. Christopher Golden is an Assistant Professor of Planetary Health and Nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. As an ecologist and epidemiologist, his research investigates the nexus of trends in global environmental change and human health.

Location: #300 Wallace Hall
Audience: Open to the public with rsvp to ccrosby@princeton.edu
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Preventing Three Billion Tons of CO2 is Just A Start: Merging Design, Engineering and Behavioral Science for Better Buildings and Infrastructure

Mon, Oct 1, 2018, 12:00 pm

Leidy's scholarship merging engineering and social science for a more sustainable and resilient built environment has been consistently funded, including through an NSF CAREER award and through one of the first awards through NSF’s interdisciplinary INSPIRE program.

Audience: Open to the public with rsvp to ccrosby@princeton.edu
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The Endangered Species Act: Successes, Shortcomings, and the Uncertain Future of the World's Best Endangered Species Law

Mon, Oct 15, 2018, 12:00 pm
Location: #300 Wallace Hall
Audience: Open to the public with rsvp to ccrosby@princeton.edu
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New Policy Dimensions for Nitrogen

Mon, Oct 22, 2018, 12:00 pm

My research examines the interconnected challenges of nitrogen pollution, food security and sustainable development, with a particular focus on: 1) the scientific, socioeconomic and legal dimensions of returning to a safe planetary boundary for nitrogen; and 2) balancing the multiple, and often competing objectives of sustainable agriculture –...

Location: #300 Wallace Hall
Audience: Open to the public with rsvp to ccrosby@princeton.edu
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Managing Tropical Agriculture to Minimize Biodiversity Loss

Mon, Nov 5, 2018, 12:00 pm

My research focuses on understanding the impacts of land-use change on tropical biodiversity. I am particularly interested in understanding the most effective ways of managing tropical landscapes for biodiversity protection and the mechanisms that can be used to fund protection, although I have a range of interests, including;

Location: #300 Wallace Hall
Audience: Open to the public with rsvp to ccrosby@princeton.edu
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Conservation in Working Lands and Reconciling Agriculture with Conservation

Mon, Nov 26, 2018, 12:00 pm

As a conservation biologist, I seek mechanisms for slowing or preventing the loss of biodiversity, which is one of the greatest environmental challenges facing humanity in the 21st century. Estimates of the magnitude of species extinction vary greatly, but one thing is clear – current rates of extinction far exceed those of past major...

Location: #300 Wallace Hall
Audience: Open to the public with rsvp to ccrosby@princeton.edu
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Communication of and Reactions to the Uncertainty of Climate Change

Mon, Dec 10, 2018, 12:00 pm
Location: #300 Wallace Hall
Audience: Open to the public with rsvp to ccrosby@princeton.edu
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