U-M North Campus Research Complex, Building 10, Research Auditorium
“Using Geographic Health Information Systems to Improve Diabetes Management” by SNRE Dean Marie Lynn Miranda
Room: Ross, R0420
Title: “City Revitalization from the Ground Up: The Case of a Local Food Collective in Detroit”
Ann Arbor Art Center
This event is open to Erb community members.
Be sure to visit the Erb Institute information table from 10:00-10:30am!
South Hall, Room 1020
Professor Michael Wara, Associate Professor of Law at Stanford Law School
An expert on energy and environmental law, Michael Wara’s research focuses on climate and electricity policy. Professor Wara’s current scholarship lies at the intersection between environmental law, energy law, international relations, atmospheric science, and technology policy. Professor Wara was formerly a geochemist and climate scientist and has published work on the history of the El Niño/La Niña system and its response to changing climates, especially those warmer than today. The results of his scientific research have been published in premier scientific journals, including Science and Nature.
A non-pizza lunch will be served. This event is free and open to the public. Event details
Location: Pizza House
RSVP to Jenny Cooper
Want to use business to make the world more sustainable? Learn about the Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise, and how you can join our dual MBA/MS program with the Ross School of Business and Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and the Environment (SNRE). You’ll hear from the program’s student affairs manager, as well as students in the program, about courses, internships, scholarships, and career paths.
Free and open to the public
Presentation by: Henning Alts Schoutz, Marketing Manager for CEMEX – Patrimonio Hoy
Patrimonio Hoy is one of the first private initiatives that combine what most companies aspire to: it is a real inclusive business being profitable and at the same time producing important social and economic impacts to the participating families and communities.
CEMEX is one of the world’s largest building materials suppliers and cement producers. They provide high quality products and reliable services to customers and communities throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. They produce, distribute, and sell cement, ready-mix concrete, aggregates, and related building materials in more than 50 countries, and maintain trade relationships in approximately 108 nations. CEMEX is also leveraging its core business strengths — institutional knowledge and experience, employees’ talent and time, and capital — to support the social and economic development of communities in ways that foster self-reliance and empowerment.
This workshop is by invitation only