With reduced in-person interactions, let’s continue to share information, keep in touch and discuss environmental-research related topics.
Fellow Professionals and Students in the Ohio Valley – Join Us Online
- Learn – New presentations by subject matter experts each month.
- Discuss – Time allotted for topical discussion sessions each week.
- Network – Keep in touch with colleagues and make new contacts.
- Present – We encourage all, professionals and students, to present their work or other topic of interest. If you would like to present as part of this series, contact Roger Yeardley.
Webinars start at 12:30 EST. Presentations range from 15–30 minutes and are followed by discussions. SETAC members and non-members are welcome!
Professional Development Hours (CEUs) are available upon request.
Webinars will start again in August. Check back here for the fall schedule, which will include some events by and for students.
If you missed a webinar, watch a recording of the webinar here:
February 5: Introduction to Aquatic Life Criteria – presented by Craig Voros, Great Lakes Environmental Center
March 5: Synergy: Combining Science and Engineering to Solve Environmental Problems at the U.S. EPA. (Roger Yeardley, Marc Mills, Jim Lazorchak, Chris Nietch, and Scott Jacobs) – presented by Roger Yeardley, USEPA
April 7: Overview of the Thomas More University Biological Field Station and the Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education (ORBCRE) – presented by Chris Lorenz, Thomas More University
May 7: Using Spiders to Assess Environmental Contamination – presented by Gale Beaubien, USEPA