Thursday, September 29, 2016

Weekly Announcements 9/29

Dear Environmental Studies Students,

Please find this week’s Environmental Studies Announcements below.

On Campus Events
1.       Geoscience Women in STEM: How to Get into Grad School – TONIGHT
2.       Merging Environmental Science with Health Science: How does the environment impact our health?
3.       Earth and Environmental Sciences Fall 2016 Seminar Series

Off Campus Events and Conferences
1.       The Warming Arctic: Site of a New Cold War? – 9/29
2.       ReUse Conex Conference

Graduate School Opportunities
1.       Master’s of Public Health in Sustainability at Harvard

Internship and Job Opportunities, Site Visits, Study Abroad Opportunities, and Travel Opportunities
1.        Communications Internship, Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources
2.        Environmental Advocacy Internship with Environment Massachusetts
3.        Environmental League of Massachusetts, Communications/Development Intern
4.        Study Tropical Marine Ecology in Costa Rica and Nicaragua or Sharks and Rays in Florida
5.        Internship with Impact
6.        Mass Clean Energy Center Internship
7.        Environmental Voter Project Internships
8.        Two Administrative Jobs at Bard University
9.        Courses in Belize
10.     Green Job and Internship Opening List
11.     Job Opportunities with Mass and US PIRG
12.     Internship with Environment America
13.     BC Career Center Updates


B. Kevin Brown
Graduate Assistant, Environmental Studies
Devlin 213

Merging Environmental Science with Health Science: How Does the Environment Impact our Health?

Joseph G. Allen, DSc, MPH (BC ’98)

Monday, November 7
7:30 p.m.
Stokes South 195

In this lecture, Dr. Allen will talk about the role of the environment through a health lens. He will discuss the role of the built environment on human health, the impact of green buildings on cognitive function, and chemicals of concern in the indoor environment. There will be time for discussion on these topics, as well as time to discuss public health as a career path and Harvard’s new Master of Public Health degree track that focuses on Sustainability, Health and the Global Environment.

Dr. Allen graduated from BC in 1998 with a major in Biology and concentration in Environmental Science. He went on to receive a Master of Public Health degree and Doctor of Science from Boston University’s School of Public Health, before joining the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in 2014. Prior to joining the Harvard faculty, he worked in consulting where he led teams of scientists and engineers investigating, and resolving, hundreds of indoor environmental quality issues, from ‘sick buildings’ to cancer clusters to all types of chemical/radiological/biological hazards. Dr. Allen has extended this line of research by flipping the question; instead of asking how do we fix problems after they occur, his research team is asking – “how do we optimize indoor environments for health, well-being and productivity?” This effort is highlighted by their recent work on the impact of green buildings on cognitive function. More information on his research program can be found at

Sponsored by the Environmental Studies Program and Global Public Health Program

Thursday, September 29, 2016

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
4-270 Maclaurin Building
182 Memorial Drive, Cambridge

Exhibition "Architecture at the End of the Earth"

Subject: ReuseConex conference coming to Boston
October 17-19 at Holiday Inn Boston Bunker Hill
The ReuseConex conference October a once-in-a-generation chance to meet and learn with and from others in the reuse business from near and far, without having to travel, since it’s being held right in our back yard.

Here’s a link to the most recent e-newsletter about the plenary on reuse as part of a circular economy:

For more information:

Deb Beatty Mel
Boston Building Resources
100 Terrace Street, Boston, MA 02120-3418

 DOER Intern Information Form
Name of Supervisor:
Kevin O'Shea
Supervisor Title:
Communications Director
Program Area:
Intern Projects, Tasks, Roles, Responsibilities:
This represents an opportunity to work in clean energy communications for the state agency leading energy efficiency and renewable energy policy and program development. The intern will have an opportunity to create blog posts, web pages, case studies, tweets and more. S/he will also learn about clean energy and contribute to the understanding of energy savings and actions that businesses and residents can take to reduce greenhouse gas production. Communications interns will work with the Communications team in a variety of ways: attend policy meetings, develop communication strategies, organize events, work with social media, engage communities and stakeholders.
Minimum hours/week required:
Internship Dates (if ongoing, just say ongoing):
Fall 2016
Skills required/preferred:
Communications and/or education background and experience with social media preferred. Experience with graphic design, good writing, research, and interviewing skills are a plus.
Salary (if none, please say none):
Other Information:
How to Apply:
Send resume/cover letter to

Environment Advocacy Internships
Apply to intern with Environment Massachusetts
Fall, spring, and summer internships available
Deadline to apply for fall internships: Friday, September 30

Environment Massachusetts is a statewide, grassroots environmental organization working to tackle our biggest environmental challenges and fight for a greener future.

Our interns make a big impact on our campaigns, while gaining valuable skills in political advocacy and grassroots organizing.

As an intern, you’ll work on campaigns like:

Repowering Massachusetts with 100 percent renewable energy: We can get all of the energy we need from clean, renewable sources like solar and wind. But too much of our power still comes from dirty fossil fuels that contribute to climate change. We’re campaigning for a goal of 100 percent renewable energy for Massachusetts.

Protecting the Charles River: Every summer, pollution in the Charles River leads to toxic cyanobacteria blooms, which turn the water green and make it unsafe for swimming or boating. These blooms release chemicals that are linked to neurological, kidney, and liver damage. We’re working to reduce pollution in the river and protect the health of nearby communities.

As an intern with Environment Massachusetts, you’ll work hard and take on real responsibility. Our interns organize press conferences, write op-eds and letters to the editor, build powerful coalitions, meet with state officials, and mobilize grassroots support for our campaigns.

We’re hiring interns for the fall and spring semesters and for the summer. Interns typically work 10-15 hours per week during the academic year and 20-40 hours per week during the summer. The position is unpaid.

The deadline to apply for a fall internship is Friday, September 30.

Apply today:

Questions? Contact Ben Hellerstein:, 617-747-4368.

Environmental League of Massachusetts, Communications/ Development Intern
Development and Communication Interns play a key role assisting with fundraising, communications, events, general administration, and special projects at ELM. The position offers an opportunity to develop and hone professional skills, gain exposure to best practices in fundraising and communications at an advocacy organization, and help strengthen the reach and effectiveness of the environmental community in Massachusetts.
If interested send resume and cover letter to Anne Meyer (BC, 2014) at

Tropical Marine Ecology in Costa Rica and Nicaragua

Course description:
This course is focused on marine organisms and marine ecosystems in a tropical environment, as well as both local and global marine conservation issues.  Students will learn about and experience local marine organisms on the northern Pacific coast of Costa Rica and the southern Pacific coast of Nicaragua.  Lectures and field experiences will be conducted on a daily basis.  We will cover biology, physiology, identification, and conservation information for the following: Local marine vertebrates, local marine invertebrates, sea turtles, and a lecture specifically on elasmobranchs.  We will also cover local marine ecosystems (intertidal zone, rocky reefs, coral reefs, estuaries, mangroves, sandy bottom, pelagic zone), their inhabitants, and conservation issues concerning those ecosystems.  Non-marine related lectures will include local geology and the unique cloud forest of Monteverde.  Field experiences will include scuba diving (for those certified), snorkeling, tide pool exploration, a mangrove estuary tour, and a sea turtle night walk.  Students are expected to actively participate in lectures, group discussions, and species identification in the field.

Course dates:  December 26, 2016 - January 4, 2017

Course fee: $1,799

What's included: Course tuition, all lectures, all housing, all breakfasts, all dinners, all transportation, 3 days diving or snorkeling, tide pool exploration, mangrove tour, sea turtle night walk, surfing, zip-lining.

What's NOT included: Round trip airfare to San Jose (SJO), Costa Rica, lunches, snacks and drinks, and any optional activities you choose during free time. 

Deadline for course sign-up: October 30, 2016.  There are currently only 10 spaces remaining in this course!!

For further information or to sign up for this course please go to


Summer 2017 Shark and Ray Research in Clearwater, FL

Program description:
This program is focused on a hands-on, field curriculum.  We conduct a 1 - 2 hr. lecture or class discussion each day and spend the rest of the day for 6 - 8 hours in the field conducting research on sharks and rays.  Most lectures are focused on elasmobranch biology, physiology, ecology, identification, and conservation.  Other lectures will include biology, physiology, identification, and conservation of sea turtles and manatees; fisheries, aquaculture, and ecotoxicology; the concept of a species; aquarium controversy; and how to develop a research project and communicate the results effectively.  To make this program as hands-on as possible, our students conduct all research activities under the supervision of one or more staff members or instructors.  This means that our students set and retrieve gear, handle any captured animals, collect data from any captured animals, tag elasmobranchs, and release all captured animals.  No previous research experience or animal handling experience is necessary.  This program is excellent for any student interested in the natural sciences, any student wanting to gain research experience, and any student interested in attending graduate school.

Program dates:  Our summer program runs at 1 week intervals (Sunday - Saturday) from May 7, 2017 - August 26, 2017.  Students may attend as many weeks as they would like.  Any student who attends 4 weeks or more will be acknowledged in any scientific paper published from the data collected that summer.  There are tuition breaks for students who attend 3 or more weeks as well as for groups of 6 or more students attending together.

Deadline for early enrollment benefits: December 31, 2016

Deadline for program enrollment: March 30, 2017

For pricing and program availability please visit the summer program page as well as the tuition page of our website

If you have any questions regarding the above courses and programs please contact us at or (843)246-0750.

Internships with Impact


Make Your Impact for Our Environment, Our Democracy and Our Future

If you are interested in joining a team of passionate people to make an impact on issues like global warming, clean water, big money’s influence over our democracy and other issues that matter to our future, consider an internship with Impact.

Impact is a project of leading advocacy organizations, including Environment America and U.S. PIRG, that runs grassroots campaigns. The internship allows you to work for our environment, our democracy and our future.

Impact is now accepting applications to join our team this fall! Our internship application deadline is September 25th. Click here to apply.

You can make a big difference through an internship with Impact.

Learn more and apply on our website, or reach out to our Recruitment Director, Katie Otterbeck at

We are pleased to announce that the fall 2016 session of MassCEC’s Clean Energy Internship Program is now open for enrollment and employer engagement! Please let your students and recent graduates know that this resource is available to them. Attached is a Student FAQ containing new program information which will help to answer many questions they may have. All majors are welcome to participate.

The link to the electronic student application, along with a copy of the frequently asked questions and other general information on the internship program, can be found here:

While it is ultimately up to employers with who they end up selecting for an internship, students are encouraged to be proactive and reach out to clean energy employers in their area to let them know about the program and that they would like to intern with them for the session. This will greatly improve their chances of being selected for an internship. We have compiled a map of previously participating clean energy employers in our program to assist in their outreach.

Important Fall 2016 Session Dates
August 1st: Open enrollment for students begins
September 1st: Fall session begins
October 1st: Deadline for employers to send signed offer letter submissions to MassCEC
December 15th: Fall session ends

Lastly, we have an ever-growing Jobs Board for clean energy specific part or full-time (non-internship) positions that are looking to be filled. We also have a Resume Board which will allow individuals to submit a resume directly and then be viewed by clean energy employers looking to fill open non-internship positions. Individuals will need to create an account on our website in order to post a resume and this resource is separate from our internship program.

If you have any further questions regarding the program after reviewing the documents hosted on our website, please do not hesitate to contact and someone from our team will respond to you as quickly as possible. Please email if you have any questions about the Jobs or Resume Boards.

The Environmental Voter Project is looking for highly-motivated undergraduates to join our selective Fall Internship Program. Interns will work closely with the Field Director and the CEO to learn about subjects such as field campaigning, nonprofit communications and data analytics. Interns will be expected to devote time to field outreach, senior staff support, event planning, research, and drafting of membership communications, blog posts, and stakeholder presentations. In addition to gaining valuable nonprofit advocacy skills, interns will become talented organizers and political operatives by learning the nuts and bolts of nonprofit work and electoral campaigning from an exciting and innovative organization.  We are seeking responsible, motivated candidates who can commit to 12+ hours per week for this program. This is an unpaid internship in Boston, MA.  
Main Job Responsibilities
  • Recruit and cultivate volunteers
  • Manage and participate in voter registration and canvassing
  • Track field operations and enter information into databases and dashboards
  • Participate in community events
  • Research and draft memos
  • Draft membership emails, stakeholder memos, and blog posts
  • Attend professional seminars
  • Research public relations opportunities
  • Outreach to college and university groups
  • Support Senior Staff in preparing for important events
  • Candidates must submit a resume and cover letter
  • An interest in environmental issues or politics
  • An outgoing and friendly demeanor
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to represent the Environmental Voter Project in a professional manner at all times
Time Commitment
  • Hours (weekly): 12+ hours per week.
  • During Business Hours?: Yes
  • Nights and Weekends?: Occasionally
  • Start Dates: Early September
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 12 weeks
Training Provided.
Interns will receive significant training in all aspects of field work, organizing, voter outreach, issues research, and membership communications.
Please email a resume and cover letter to Peter Polga-Hecimovich at

TWO Employment Opportunities

MBA in Sustainability

(1) Program Associate

Bard’s MBA in Sustainability program seeks a Program Associate to join its growing administrative team. The Bard MBA is one of a few business programs globally that fully integrates the study of business and sustainability. Courses in the low-residency program meet in New York City once each month for intensive four-day weekend sessions, complemented by online education. The Program Associate will be based on Bard’s main campus in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. Under the supervision of the Assistant Director, the Program Associate will oversee the day-to-day operations of the MBA program.

Primary responsibilities include:
  • Program support, including managing academic calendars and schedules, enrollment, grade submission, and student affairs
  • Event planning, including coordinating space needs and other logistics for classes and events in Manhattan and on the Bard campus
  • Bookkeeping and Accounts Payable
  • Introducing faculty and students to program policies and the software used in the online component of the MBA program
  • Liaising with other offices on the Bard campus
  • Management of student workers
  • Other administrative duties as needed
The successful candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree and a record of related professional work experience. The position requires excellent communication, organizational, and project management skills. Experience with distance education technology is not required.

To apply, send a cover letter, CV, and names and contact information for three references through at: Applications will be reviewed as received.

Bard College is an equal opportunity employer, and we welcome applications from those who contribute to our diversity. 

MBA in Sustainability

(2) Graduate Communications & Programming Associate

Bard GPS Bard College’s Graduate Programs in Sustainability (GPS), made up of the Bard Center for Environmental Policy and the Bard MBA in Sustainability, seeks applicants for a full-time position as Graduate Communications & Programming Associate.

Responsibilities include public program communication through content generation, website management, social media oversight, database management, production of advertising creative, and representing Bard GPS at marketing events. In addition, the position also provides support for alumni engagement, event planning and programming and student services. Working on select weekends and evenings is required.

The successful applicant will have a bachelor’s degree, a valid driver’s license, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and be proficient in Microsoft Office and various social media management platforms. He/she will also be familiar with Adobe Creative Suite and contact database programs and possess an aptitude for learning software programs quickly. The position requires a professional and approachable demeanor, strong organizational and project management skills, and desire to work in an innovative, fast-paced, and flexible environment. Applications will be reviewed until position is filled.

Please submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names of at least three references through at: For inquiries, please contact Katie Boyle, GPS Assistant Director for Marketing and Enrollment, at, 845-758-7388.

Bard College is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from individuals who contribute to its diversity.

Eban Goodstein
Director, Bard MBA in Sustainability & Director, Bard Center for Environmental Policy
Bard College
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504-5000 845.758.7067 (t) / 845.758.7636 (f)       &

The Center for Engaged Learning Abroad delivers two week field courses in environmental science and conservation using the country of Belize as a classroom, during May and June, and over the winter break.  This Caribbean/Central American country provides a rich learning context and is a great place for students studying abroad for the first time.  Please share this email with students or faculty who may have an interest in engaged learning abroad in English-speaking Belize.

Thank you,
Ed Boles, Ph.D.
Faculty Associate

The field courses, briefly described below, give students powerful field methods experiences, exposes them to areas of science they may want to pursue further and they gain a lot of confidence in capabilities.   These courses carry three hours of credit, transferable back to home institutions with prior academic approval.
Wildlife Health, Ecology and Conservation:  This course, taught by a wildlife veterinarian, introduces students to tropical ecology, local conservation efforts, Belizean wildlife and wildlife research techniques, and zoo and wildlife health issues and medicine.   Students explore the many factors that effect the management, conservation, habitat and health of wild animals; work alongside zookeepers in the world renowned Belize Zoo; participate in surgeries, animal enrichment and health management at the Zoo; and explore rehabilitation and conservation at a variety of wildlife organizations in Belize.
Watershed Conservation, Ecology and Management: This course explores the general structure and ecology of watersheds, the movement of surface and sub-surface waters through the landscape, larger integrated interactions of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, overall ecological services provided by watersheds, impact on human activities on watershed structure and function, assessment and monitoring of watersheds, and solutions to human induced impacts while providing students with hands-on experience in field research techniques.
Tropical Marine Ecology and Conservation:  This systems-ecology course includes classroom, field and laboratory components in terrestrial riparian, estuarine and marine ecosystems with emphasis on watershed interconnectivity and reef/mangrove/seagrass ecology and conservation.  The Caribbean Sea is explored from Tobacco Caye, a five acre island of sand perched on the reef with mangroves and grassbeds, with mask and snorkel, both day and night.
Health, Belief and Ethnobotany in Belize: This course explores traditional healing, spiritual belief, sustainability, food security and agro-forestry.  Through lectures, discussions, visits to healers/elders, and tours to farms and medicinal plant gardens, students will have the opportunity to experience unique and unforgettable traditions as they have been passed down through generations.  This is a field oriented course with rustic accommodations and local cuisine.   Students will go on jungle hikes in hot and humid conditions with some rain.  Cultural sensitivity, adventurous personality, stamina, desire to learn from other cultures and an open mind are desirable traits for students to succeed in this course.

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Some new internships:
Felidae Conservation Fund
San Francisco, CA
Saddle Ridge Farm 
Culpeper, VA 

Washington, DC  
Earth Island Institute
Berkeley, CA 
Arthur Morgan School
Burnsville, NC

Natural Resources Intern
(veterans only can apply)
Deschutes National Forest
Bend, OR

View ALL of the current job and internship listings here.  
Some recent job listings:

Ruffner Mountain Preserve
Birmingham, AL

Organizing Representative
Sierra Club/Beyond Coal
Owensboro, KY or southern IN
Selawik Wildlife Refuge
Kotzebue, AK

National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition
Washington, DC
Student Conservation Association
Houston, TX 
Food and Water Watch   
Southern CA 

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Looking for a job that makes a difference? U.S.PIRG is hiring college seniors to work as Campus Organizers on college campuses across the country. On issue after issue, we see powerful interests corrupting the democratic process, twisting public policy to serve their own ends. U.S. PIRG takes action by documenting the problems, finding practical solutions, informing the public and making the case for change directly to decision-makers. We work on fighting climate change, restoring democracy, and protecting public health. Apply online or email for more details.

PIRG stands for the Public Interest Research Group. We take on issues where the public needs a champion—someone to stand up to powerful interests when they push the other way. We know that smart policy solutions and real change won’t just happen. You need to organize, advocate and fight for them.

Our fellows don’t just sit behind a desk. You’ll be out in the real world—recruiting new groups to join a coalition, speaking in a church basement or town hall to win a new endorsement, organizing a news event or rally, meeting with an editorial board, or doing whatever else it takes to urge our public officials to do the right thing. This is a two-year program, expressly designed to prepare future leaders within PIRG. We look for smarts, leadership experience, top-notch written and verbal skills, and an eagerness to learn. We value experience organizing, including building campus groups.

Digital Campaigners
Our digital campaigners help us design and win campaigns on some of the most important issues affecting the public today. This position is an exciting way to organize and motivate people online. Our online campaigns reach tens of thousands of people and spread the word about making change. This is a position for professionals who are ready to turn online skills into political action. We’re looking for people with sharp writing skills, savvy strategic ability, and a talent for using social media.

To learn more and apply, visit

U.S. PIRG is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, handicap, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.

What do interns with Environment America interns do?  You’ll help us educate and engage more students and citizens on the most critical environmental issues of our time. You’ll help us get our issues into the media, build coalitions, organize events and lobby decision-makers. Ultimately, you’ll help us build the kind of public support it takes to win.


We’re working to stop global warming: We took a big step forward last summer when President Obama directed his Environmental Protection Agency to develop standards that would cut carbon pollution from power plants, the nation’s largest contributors to global warming pollution. This historic step won’t be enough to fully solve the problem, but it’ll be an important start. But standing in the way, at every step, is one of the most powerful special interests in the world: the fossil fuel industry. That’s where we come in. We’re working to rally millions of American citizens, along with local elected officials and other powerful voices to back the President’s plan.

We’re making sure we don’t frack our future: Dirty and dangerous fracking could soon put some of America’s most spectacular places at risk. And we know that this especially destructive method of drilling for gas contaminates water and turns forests and rural landscapes into industrial zones – making nearby families sick and contributing significantly to global warming as well. Now, we’re working to offset the outsized influence of the oil and gas industry and keep our remarkable special places protected.

We’re working to protect our rivers, lakes and streams:  To protect our waterways from pollution and destruction we need to crack down on factory farm pollution, sewage and other threats. And we know it won’t be easy because of big opposition from the Farm Bureau, giant agribusiness and others. Now, we’re working to harness grassroots support for clean water and turn it into the political power we need to have a lasting direct impact on our waterways.

Becoming an Environment America intern
If you agree that it’s time to solve these big environmental problems, the best thing you can do to get involved is to apply to be an Environment America intern today.

We’re looking for students who care deeply about the environment and are ready to make a difference now.

As an intern:
  • You’ll learn how to analyze environmental problems, push for smart solutions, and build the public support it takes to win
  • You’ll work side-by-side with one of our organizers, learning the ropes.
  • And you'll attend briefings and trainings to learn even more about environmental issues and gain organizing skill
  • And if you’re thinking you might want to make a career out of solving big environmental problems like global warming – interning with Environment America is one of the best ways to get started. Not only will you get the training and experience you need, but we hire our most talented and committed interns to join our Fellowship Program when they graduate. 

We’re hiring interns in Boston and 29 states nationwide. Email Madeline Page, Environment America’s Global Warming Outreach Director at with questions or to apply!

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Below is a list of upcoming programs in which your students may be interested. Please share this email with faculty colleagues and students in your department. To view more of our programming, you can also visit
If you know of students that have questions or need assistance with exploring career options, figuring out summer or post-grad plans, or other career-related matters, please also feel free to refer them to the Career Center for a one-on-one advising appointment. For more information about our appointments versus drop-ins, please visit our website.
If you would like to have a member of the Career Center staff come to your classroom for a presentation or brief introduction this semester, feel free to request a workshop here.
As always, if a specific event or event type catches your eye as particularly relevant to your department, please don’t hesitate to reach out; we’d love the opportunity to work with you to ensure that this event reaches the students for whom it will be the most beneficial.
September 20 | 5:00–7:00 p.m. | Career Center
A chance to practice interview skills with an employer, Practice Interview Night also gives students access to tips and tricks to help them ace future interviews. Sign up with one of 16 different organizations offering behavioral, case, or technical interviews in EagleLink.
Registration Opening October 1 – Follow this link for a reminder.
A three-day career exploration program, Endeavor will bring together sophomores pursuing degrees in the liberal arts with alumni, faculty, and friends. Through lively conversations, hands-on activities, and career treks into Boston, participating students will explore, reflect, and learn how to act on their career interests and goals, while connecting the value of their liberal arts education to their future.
October 14 | 10:45 a.m.–3:15 p.m. | Thomas More Apartments
Registration is now open and spots are filling quickly! For more information and to register, click here.
This conference will allow you to explore your own unique skills and values, better understand hiring timelines for your field of interest, and learn valuable job searching insights/skills from young alumni and recruiters. You will leave empowered with concrete action steps to reach your post-graduate goals.
ONGOING OPPORTUNITIES: Career Chats & Workshops
   September 19 | 5:00–6:00 p.m. | Gasson 209
   September 21 | 3:00–5:00 p.m. | Boston University 
   September 23 | 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. | Fulton Honors Library
   September 23 | 12:00–1:00 p.m. | Devlin 026
   September 27 | 3:00–4:00 p.m. | Gasson 304