ERIC sessions are held WEDNESDAYS 4:00pm - 5:15 pm in CHM 102 (Chemistry Building)
ERIC is the new inter-college seminar series at USF, organized by the Departments of Environmental & Occupational Health, Civil & Environmental Engineering, and Environmental Science & Policy. The purpose of the series is to bring together the diverse environmental research talents throughout the University, to spur collaborative research ideas, and to excite students about research opportunities in the environmental field.
Interested in earning credit from these seminars? Ask these instructors about their classes!
PHC 6930 (meets the EOH seminar requirement). Instructor: Dr. Jaward CGN 6933 (recommended for all EWRE graduate students). Instructor: Dr. Yeh EVR 4921 (this is the ESP senior seminar). Instructor: Dr. Mizak
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Lectures from ERIC are made available here to the general public in order to foster a USF and community dialogue on environmental research and environment issues. The talks are posted one week after the live session.
Students - The timing of the lecture posting is done to encourage you to attend the lectures in person and to participate in the live discussion. This website is not intended as a method of "Distance Learning" or to replace class attendance. If you are absent or know you will be absent from class, contact your instructor. They can request special access to the videos, and you will be able to complete your assignments before the next class meeting.
Fall 2008 Sessions
Robert Brinkmann, Dept. of Geography & USF Sustainability Steering Committee
Sustainability Efforts at USF
Kristen Andre, Gary Hendrick, Holly Morris, Silvia Salas and Jenn Woodham,
2008 Patel Undergraduate Global Research Scholars
Water supply challenges for Miramar, a developing community in the Dominican Republic – A Patel Center partnership with Engineers Without Borders at USF
James Mihelcic, Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Director of Master's International Peace Corps Program Pathogen
Destruction in Compost Latrines: Technology performance and impact of owner operation
Henry Alegria, Dept. of Environmental Science, Policy & Geography University of South Florida St Petersburg
Tracing fate and transport of molecules via chiral analysis
This video begins 20 minutes into the lecture. The first tape of this lecture was unfortunately corrupted due to camera failure, and only the last 50 minutes were recoverable from the second tape.
Ruiliang Pu, Dept. of Geography
Object-Based Urban Detailed Land Cover Classification with High Spatial Resolution IKONOS Imagery
Kingsley Reeves, Dept. of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, and
Demensio Barton, Essential Ratings LLC
Lean and green manufacturing
This lecture was also lost to camera failure; replacement of the camera occurred after this incident, and all subsequent lectures should be captured with no problems from here on out.
Ivana Kajtezovic, Tampa Bay Water
Tampa Bay Water – History, Achievements, and Goals
Kelli Hammer Levy, Pinellas County Department of Environmental Management
State-of-the-art alum treatment systems at two Pinellas county lakes
Fenda Akiwumi, Dept. of Geography
World-System Processes and Mine Waste Generation in Sierra Leone, West Africa
Laurie Walker, USF Botanical Gardens
USF Botanical Gardens/GeoPark Tour
As this was an outdoor event, our indoor cameras were not able to follow the group
Rebecca Zarger, Dept. of Anthropology
Understanding Human Dynamics of Water Resource Management in the Mara Basin
A Conversation on Green Building
Presented by the Emerging Green Builders at USF
TBA (speaker from SETAC)
Thanksgiving Week - No Class
Robert Brinkmann and students, Dept. of Geography
USF Greenhouse Gas Inventory