Seth Borenstein, a science and environmental journalist for more than 20 years, covers science nationally and internationally for the New York headquarters of the Associated Press. He was a member of the Associated Press team that won the 2010 George Polk Award for Environment Reporting for their coverage of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
On Thursday, February 26, 4:00pm in Konover Auditorium at the Dodd Research Center, Borenstein will present “Dispatches from a Hotter Planet and a Cooler Cosmos” for the Edwin Way Teale Lecture Series co-sponsored by University Libraries, Human Rights Institute, Center for Conservation and Diversity, Graduate School, and several University departments including Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Economics, and Political Science.
The Edwin Way Teale Lecture Series is designed to bring a variety of distinguished speakers to the University to speak on various aspects of nature and the environment.
All lectures are free and open to the public.