Managing the Planet Panel Series
Each year, the School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) hosts six panels as part of the SoGES Managing the Planet panel series. Panels address diverse topics related to relevant sustainability issues and feature an interdisciplinary panel of Colorado State University experts conducting research related to the topic. Panels are organized to highlight current research and designed to engage the audience and dedicate the majority of time to questions and discussions. SoGES Managing the Planet panels are held at the Avogadro’s Number restaurant and bar, 605 S. Mason Street, are free of charge, and open to the public.
All panels are moderated by Gene Kelly, Professor of Pedology, Deputy Director of the CSU Agricultural Experiment Station, Associate Dean for Extension in the College of Agricultural Science, and former head of CSU’s Department of Soil and Crop Sciences.
Contact Suellen Melzer at Susan.Melzer@colostate.edu for more information.
Note: The Managing the Planet Panel Series has moved to an online platform due to COVID-19.
The SoGES Sustainability Happy Hour
Join the School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) at Colorado State University for a virtual, interactive happy hour. We’ll chat about the latest sustainability news headlines, interview special guests about their sustainability-related work, answer live questions from the audience chat, and wind down the week with a fun, casual livestream broadcast on our Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter channels. Recorded episodes of the SoGES Sustainability Happy Hour are available. View Facebook Playlist. View YouTube Playlist.
Watch more SoGES videos on our YouTube Channel.
Antarctic Lecture Series
A lecture series held once a month through the academic year discussing life and work ‘on the ice’ with invited Antarctic researchers. These lectures are located at the Poudre River Library District – Old Town Library at 201 Petersen Street, Fort Collins, CO from 7-8pm.
Check our event calendar for upcoming lectures.
Note: The Antarctic Lecture Series has moved to an online platform due to COVID-19.