The George Washington University Honors Program would like to cordially invite you to the open house of the Capital Climate Initiative. On May 3rd, from 10:30 am to noon, the students will be presenting their special topic final presentations on different aspects of Climate Change at the Honors Club Room. The purpose of our endeavor is to raise awareness and educate the local community on climate change and an individual’s impact on the global community. Topics will range from Climate Science to Sustainable Technology and Behavior, and you will have the opportunity to view, first-hand, what we have accomplished this year: our website (http://wiki.chem.gwu.edu/CapitalClimateInitiative/), and two versions of our CO2 sensors. (A standalone sensor that communicates with our website and a second, held within a miniature Washington Monument, that also indicates to local users the concentration visually.)
The add/drop period is still open, so we wanted to let you know about a change to one of our Scientific Reasoning and Discovery courses: Solar Decathlon, taught by Faculty Fellow Prof. Roddis.
The course now counts towards GW’s Sustainability Minor as Science/Engineering, along with is still counting for HONR: Scientific Reasoning and Discovery; GWSB: Science; SEAS: Elective; ESIA: Science. (Please note that it doesn’t count towards CCAS’ G-PAC science requirement.)
Interested? The full description is below, and there’s still time to switch into the class!
On Friday, April 20, Real Climate GW will host an open house from 3:00- 5:00 in the University Honors Program Clubhouse at 714 21st St. The event will showcase their achievements in making climate change real on The George Washington University campus and in the Foggy Bottom community.
The UHP is sponsoring the Phi Beta Kappa visiting scholar Prof. Trevor Pinch for a reception and public lecture! We’re looking forward to it, and hope you’ll join us!
Join us for
“Understanding the Golem of Science and Technology: The Social Roots of Knowledge”
With Prof. Trevor Pinch
Thursday, February 22nd at 7pm
MPA Room 310 (805 21st Street)
Reception with light refreshments at 6:15pm
Lecture at 7pm
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Check out Prof. Houston Miller’s Scientific Reasoning and Discovery class tomorrow (Friday) from 12:30 to 2:30 in the UHP Club Room as they present the progress they’ve made so far this year on investigating climate change from Washington DC. Find out more about their work at their official class website: http://realclimategw.org/
See you tomorrow at the open house!