Events and Opportunities
Action Dinners with Brandeis' Climate Organizer-in-Residence
In collaboration with the Vic and Bobbi '63 Samuels Center for Community Partnerships and Civic Transformation
October 13 and November 1, 15 & 30. Registration is required.
Are you interested in climate justice & policy? Have you ever wanted to learn how to advocate for climate action? Join for one or all of the dinners!
Eben Bein, the Massachusetts Field & Education Manager for Our Climate and Administrator for the Massachusetts Youth Climate Coalition, is Brandeis’ Climate Organizer-in-Residence this semester! As part of the residency, Eben will lead several trainings for students on how to advocate for the science-based, equitable, and intersectional climate justice policies we need.
Our Climate is a national organization that empowers young people to advocate for the science-based, equitable, and intersectional climate justice policies that build a thriving world.
Virtual Seminar Series on the Physics of Climate
Sponsored by the Brandeis Martin A. Fischer School of Physics and other Universities
Next seminar: Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Topic: "Whither Sea Ice?"
12:00 - 1:00 pm Eastern Time (US)
Zoom Webinar (register to access)
Brandeis Professor of Physics Albion Lawrence is co-organizing the American Physical Society (APS) Topical Group on the Physics of Climate monthly virtual seminar series on climate physics and variability. We hope that these seminars will introduce the physics community to various aspects of the climate system, the latest results, and the outstanding questions and challenges. The seminars will be hosted by APS through Zoom.
GPC Virtual Seminar Series Organizing Committee:
Pedram Hassanzadeh, Ching-Yao Lai, Albion Lawrence, and Tiffany Shaw
Programming by date
Additional details and opportunities will be announced as they are finalized, including new initiatives in the spring. Subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date!
Programming by interest
The following are new courses this year. Be sure to also check out the existing courses that will be including climate content for the year.