Friday, November 3, 2017
11:00am – 12:00pm
UWM Golda Meir Library Conference Center
2311 E. Hartford Avenue
Featuring: Dr. Paul Roebber, UWM Distinguished Professor
To many, climate change seems too remote or too small to affect current decisions. What many do not realize is that the “small” global climate change signal can be amplified to a much larger degree locally – for example, a one degree global temperature increase can—and has—led to a 10 degree warming of the Great Lakes waters. Learn more about how this can happen and what it means for our future.
Please register for the Master Chats – Climate Change and the Great Lakes event. The event is FREE for all attendees. Light refreshments will be provided prior to the event.
New this year! Take part in a one-hour, post-lecture lunch with the presenters beginning at noon. You must pre-register for the lecture and advance purchase a $10 box lunch at least seven days prior to the event. Box lunches are served with a homemade cookie, fresh cut fruit, chips, and bottled water.
Parking: Student Union Parking Garage, 2200 E. Kenwood Boulevard, Milwaukee
Master Chats is a series for advanced learning, featuring UWM distinguished professors and Alumni speakers. It is sponsored by the UWMAA Emeritus Board of Trustees, Presidents’ Circle and UWM Libraries.
Questions? Please contact Rachel Flessner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414.229.3018.
For additional campus-related questions, please call the Union Information Center at 414-229-4825.