Patterns of climate change are overwhelming for SMAST's Dr. Jeff Turner
The patterns are pretty overwhelming and robust in terms of the fact that we are warming according to UMass Dartmouth School for Marine Science & Technology's (SMAST) Dr. Jeff Turner. Dr. Turner joins an array of speakers and participants taking part in the GAEA Climate Summit beginning tomorrow at UMass
SMAST Dean Steven Lohrenz on the GAEA Climate Summit
UMass Dartmouth School for Marine Science & Technology Dean Steven Lohrenz discusses how the GAEA Climate Summit hopes to produce a dialogue on the science and policy of climate change.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren helps kick off GAEA Climate Summit
Thank you to U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren for helping kick off day one of the GAEA Climate Summit. We agree the science is unmistakable and our Earth's climate is changing.
GAEA Climate Summit Day 1, Part 1
Featuring Dean Steven Lohrenz; Chancellor Divina Grossman; The Standard-Times Editor Beth Perdue; James Russell; US Senator Elizabeth Warren (by video); and Anthony Janetos.
GAEA Climate Summit Day 1, Part 2
Featuring HBO Producer/Director Amy Schatz; SMAST faculty members Mark Altabet, James Bisagni, Changsheng Chen, Brian Howes, Jefferson Turner; Crissy Petitpas; Charlton College of Business Dean Angappa Gunasekaran; and Chad McGuire of UMassD’s Public Policy Center.
GAEA Climate Summit Day 2, Part 1
Featuring Dean Steven Lohrenz; Chancellor Divina Grossman; Congressman Bill Keating; Bill Napolitano; Eric Arbeene; Eric Walberg; Stefanie Covino; Cathy Bozek; Rep. Paul Schmid; Robbin Peach; and Ellen Mecray; Jo-Ann Taylor.
GAEA Climate Summit Day 2, Part 2
Featuring Dean Steven Lohrenz; Bill Napolitano; Eric Arbeene; Eric Walberg; Stefanie Covino; Cathy Bozek; Mathew Morrisey; Rep. Paul Schmid; Jo-Ann Taylor; Robbin Peach; and Ellen Mecray.
The Value of a Liberal Arts Degree
Dr. Jeannette Riley, Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, believes in the value of a UMass Dartmouth liberal arts education.
The Value of a Liberal Arts Education: Robert Jones
Dr. Robert T. Jones, Associate Professor of Economics, and Chairperson of UMassD's Economics Department discusses how the "economic way of thinking" can help students build a set of skills that they can take with them anywhere.