[tugs] April 16 IES Research Day

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  • Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2004 14:23:58 -0500

Institute for Environmental Studies 
RESEARCH DAY
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FRIDAY APRIL 16, 2004
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon followed by lunch 
Room 113, Koffler Inst. for Pharmacy Management 
569 Spadina Ave. (at Bancroft Ave.) 
(west door is locked; please use east door) 

See the web for a map (abstracts to be added):
http://www.utoronto.ca/env/seminars/2004ResearchDay.htm

Join us for a look at some of the research conducted by members of IES. 
The event features presentations by faculty and graduate students and a
presentation of graduate students' awards.

No registration required; all are welcome.  
For more information, please contact Mona El-Haddad  
(416-978-6526; m.elhaddad@xxxxxxxxxxx) 

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SCHEDULE (subject to change):

9:00    Introduction and welcome by Rodney White, Director, IES

9:10    
JING CHEN, Professor, Department of Geography 
"Carbon sequestration in reforested areas in China"
(IES/Geography/Forestry project)

9:30    
BRIAN MILANI, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Adult Education, Community
Development and Counselling Psychology/IES Environmental Studies Program

"Building materials in a green economy: community-based strategies for
dematerialization"

9:50    
SHEHRINA TABASSUM, M.Sc. Candidate, Institute of Medical Science/IES
Environment & Health Program
"Symptomatic responses in studies of controlled human exposures to
concentrated ambient fine particles (CAP) and/or ozone (O3)"

10:10   
ERNEST OPOKU-BOATENG, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Geography/IES
Environmental Studies Program 
"Urban environmental finance in Canada: an analysis of opportunities and
barriers to action"

10:30   REFRESHMENT BREAK

10:50
ANTHONY LIU, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Physics/IES Environmental
Studies Program
"Impact of excessive rainfall on waterborne diseases in Southern
Ontario: the Walkerton case"

11:10   
DAVID SIDER, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Geography/IES Environmental
Studies Program 
Community-based urban environmental management: case study of low-income
settlements in Delhi, India

11:30   
LUCIANA SIVERTSON, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Anthropology/IES
Environmental Studies Program 
"Multi level watershed management in the Sibun River Bio-Region, Belize,
Central America: collaboration and challenges"

11:50   PRESENTATION OF GRADUATE STUDENTS' AWARDS 

12:00 LUNCH
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