Past Events

  • 2021 Apr 29

    ESPP Thesis Presentations

    4:00pm to 5:15pm

    Location: 

    Gather

    Please join us for the ESPP senior thesis poster presentations. We have 11 seniors who completed their theses this semester and we hope that you will join us to celebrate their accomplishment and hear about their projects.

    Arielle Blacklow
    “Nānā i ke kumu: Exploring cultural dimensions of marine species in the Hawaiian Archipelago”

    Alyx Britton
    “Whose Voices, Whose Values? Environmental Policy Effects of Extra-Community Sovereignty Advocacy”

    John Cooper...

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  • 2020 Apr 09

    ZESPP Conference with Professor David Keith

    4:00pm to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    Online
    Thursday, April 9 from 4-5pm, eastern time - Professor David Keith will host a ZESPP conference on "Cleantech, carbon removal, and solar geoengineering: what role for technology in managing climate change?"
  • 2020 Apr 02

    ZESPP Conference with Professor Robert Stavins

    5:00pm to 6:00pm

    Location: 

    Online
    The second ZESPP conference, “What – if anything – can an economic perspective offer for better climate change policy?”  will be hosted by Professor Robert Stavins on Thursday, April 2 from 5-6pm, eastern time.
  • 2020 Mar 14

    Spring Recess

    Sat Mar 14 (All day) to Sun Mar 22 (All day)

  • 2020 Mar 09

    Seventh Monday

    (All day)

    Last day upon which students may withdraw from a spring term course. Last day upon which students may withdraw from a year-long course. A notation of WD will be permanently recorded on the transcript. After this date students are responsible for all courses in which they are enrolled.
  • 2020 Feb 24

    Fifth Monday

    (All day)

    • Last day upon which a full-semester course may be dropped from or added to a student’s record. No course may be changed from letter-graded to Pass/Fail or from Pass/Fail to letter-graded status for the spring term after this date.
    • Last day upon which students may petition to divide a year-long indivisible course with approval.

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