About the Program
SNRE offers a 3-5 day job shadowing experience during spring break for MLA students interested in learning more about the practice of landscape architecture. A host organization is asked to expose the student to the working world of landscape architecture, providing the student with real-world experience and professional development opportunities in his/her intended profession.
Interested MLA students must submit an interest form in order to participate, including a list of... Read more...
On March 10, the Center for Molecular and Clinical Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases (MAC-EPID), housed in the School of Public Health, is hosting its winter symposium about Water, Microbes, and Human Health.
Registration opens on January 23 and closes on March 8. Please register here if you plan on attending.
For more information and registration details, please visit the MAC-EPID event page.
The goal of this seminar is to stimulate a conversation on climate change and health by engaging faculty and students from across campus. Understanding and promoting the latest science surrounding climate change and health through this seminar will be a catalyst to the development of a collaborative research agenda.
This seminar is free and open to the public and will feature speakers from across the U.S. with expertise in nursing, public health, and epidemiology.
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Tom Stephens from the Argonne National Lab, will be presenting research from a recently published multi lab study: "Estimated Bounds and Important Factors for Fuel Use and Consumer Costs of Connected and Automated Vehicles." Presented by the Center for Sustainable Systems (CSS). Co-sponsored by CSS, SNRE, UM Energy Institute (UMEI), and the Mobility Transformation Center (MTC).