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Harold W Borns Symposium

The Harold W. Borns, Jr. Symposium is an annual event that features presentations and discussion by Climate Change Institute graduate students and faculty on emerging research and topics related to global environmental change.   

 

View Harold W. Borns Jr. Symposium Abstracts & Mini-papers (1993 - 2016)

 

2016 Harold W. Borns, Jr. Symposium

Save the Date!   April 14th & 15th, 2016 - Stodder Hall, University of Maine

Borns Symposium Postcard
Submission Guidelines
MiniPaper Template (MS Word)
Borns Symposium Schedule

 

LiveStreaming Info:

Link for Day 1

Google Event Page

https://plus.google.com/events/c9sb2q88bs94rd2sqs0offjovj8

 YouTube Page

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7z0vZghi_U

Link for Day 2

Google Event Page

https://plus.google.com/events/c0muheqq0me81lt9lg5afedeo6c

 YouTube Page

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s94ZfFdo360 


David Clayton Smith Lecture - Dr. Richard Judd, McBride Professor of History, History Department, University of Maine (PhD, University of California Irvine, 1979). "The Year Without a Summer": Agriculture, Environment, and New England, 1816 and After.  April 15, 2016 - 11:15 AM to 12:00 noon; Stodder Hall - Rm #57.

UMaine Alumni Lecture - Dr. Aaron Putnam, George H. Denton Assistant Professor, University of Maine (PhD, Earth Sciences, University of Maine, 2011).  "The Last Great Warming".  April 14, 2016 - 6:00 - 6:45 PM; Stodder Hall - Rm #57.

 

Awards

The Churchill Award for Outstanding Exploration (2016)
Catherine Hamley
Honorary Mention: Marissa Bovie
 
Harold W. Borns Symposium - Best Presentation Award (2016)
1st Place:  Benjamin Partan
2nd Place:  Kisei Tanaka
3rd Place:  Samuel Belknap III
 
Harold W. Borns Symposium - Best Poster Award (2016)
1st Place:  Carl Tugend
 
Student Outstanding Service Award (2016)
Catherine Hamley
 
 

Conference Photos

2016 Photos

2015 Photos

2014 Photos

2011 Photos

Professor David Clayton Smith: A Retrospective Poster

 
 

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