Keystone State Environmental Histories: A Public Lecture Series

Presented by:
Lehigh Univeristy
Science, Technology & Society
Environmental Initiative
Department of History
Lehigh Environmental Advisory Group

The Series Includes the following Lectures:

Mid-Atlantic Routes of Power: Energy Transitions in America's Fossil Fuel Heartland

Speaker: Dr. Christopher Jones, Arizona State University
Thursday, February 19/4:10 p.m./STEPS Building, Room 101

Hiking and Trails in the Keystone State: A History

Speaker: Dr. Silas Chamberlin, PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Tuesday, March 17/4:10 p.m./STEPS Building, Room 101

Early Gas Drilling in Pennsylvania

Speaker: Dr. Joel Tarr, Carnegie Mellon University
Wednesday, April 1/4:10 p.m./STEPS Building, Room 101

Cities and their Trees: New Forests in Pennsylvania

Speaker: Dr. Ellen Stroud, Bryn Mawr College
Thursday, April 9/4:10 p.m./Maginnes Hall, Room 480

The Genius of Earth Day

Speaker: Dr. Adam Rome, University of Delaware
Thursday, April 23/4:10 p.m./STEPS Building, Room 101

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