Events - Weekly
|Sunday, May 22|
|Monday, May 23|
Climate and History Initiative Annual Colloquium: Resilience Conference 2016
The Center for Collaborative History,
Climate Change and History Research Initiative presents Resilience Conference 2016
Sponsored by Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, Princeton Environmental Institute and the Center for Collaborative History
Aaron Burr Hall, Room 216 · 9:00 a.m.– 5:15 p.m.
|Tuesday, May 24|
|Wednesday, May 25|
|Thursday, May 26|
|Friday, May 27|
Princeton Entrepreneurs: Designing the Future for Food
Please join us for our Princeton Studies Food/Princeton Environmental Institute Reunions Weekend panel, Princeton Entrepreneurs: Designing the Future for Food, on Friday, May 27, from 10:30 to noon, in Frist Campus Center 302.
The panel will be moderated by Kelly Caylor, co-founder of Princeton Studies Food, associate professor, CEE and PEI and head of the Environmental Certificate Program. Caylor is an entrepreneur in his own right – he and colleague Adam Wolf developed the Pulsepod soil sensor for agriculture and created their Arable Labs company around it.
Gordon Douglas MD ‘55 and co-founder, Princeton Studies Food will introduce the panel and the panelists and briefly discuss the work of our group.
Panelists include Reuwai Mount Hanewald'94 Terhune Orchards; Alex Lorestani *15, Founder and CEO, Gelzen; David Benzaquen, Founder and CEO, PlantBased Solutions; and Shana Weber, director of PU Office of Sustainability.
Hanewald and Benzaquen were panelists at the February 2016 Food Entrepreneurship symposium.
This event is sponsored by Princeton Environmental Institute.
Open to the public
Frist, Room 302 · 10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
|Saturday, May 28|
Environmental Studies Alumni Reception
All Environmental Studies (ENV) alumni are invited to stop by our reception to catch up with one another and learn about exciting developments in the program.
Refreshments will be served.
Guyot Hall Atrium · 11:00 a.m.– 1:00 p.m.