October 14, 2008
University offers public programs on environment, fuel-cell and hydrogen technology
The University of South Carolina is offering two public programs that will address topics related to the environment and fuel-cell and hydrogen technology.
The $30 cost for each of the programs will cover the cost of materials. Sessions will be held in Room 102 of the Sumwalt Building, located on Greene Street between South Main and Sumter streets.
The Citizens’ School on the Environment will begin at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, and continue on Wednesdays through Dec. 10. Among the guest speakers and topics: Dr. Brian Helmuth, “Climate Change and Its Effect on Organisms”; Dr. Greg Carbone, “Global Warming: An Overview”; and Dr. Kevin Elliott, “Ethical Issues in Environmental Studies.”
The Citizens’ School on Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology will begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23, and continue on Thursdays through Dec. 11. Among the guest speakers and topics: Dr. Tom Vogt, “Energy Today and Energy Problems Tomorrow”; John Clark, “Alternative Fuels”; and Shannon-Baxter-Clemmons, “The Hydrogen Economy in our Future.”
For information, contact the university’s NanoCenter at firstname.lastname@example.org.