We would like to invite you and your colleagues to our next seminar/webinar on Monday, 20th October 2014, from 3pm to 5 pm. Chander Kumar Singh, Assistant Professor in the Department of Regional Water Studies at TERI University, New Delhi, will give a talk on, “Are aquifers in the Indus Basin safe? Role of Geogenic Contaminants”. A. Hasanat Alamgir, Associate Professor in the Department of Occupational Health at the University of Texas School of Public Health, will present, “The garment industry in Bangladesh: Aftermath of factory disasters”. The seminar will take place at Columbia University's Environmental Health Sciences Conference Room (eleventh floor, room 1101), Allan Rosenfield Building, 722 West 168 Street, New York, NY
If you are planning on attending in person, please bring a photo id and mention that you are attending the Superfund seminar when you arrive at the front desk. The conference room (1101) is one flight up.
If you are interested in participating remotely, please send an email with "CU SRP October 2014 Webinar" in the subject line to <mgolden at ciesin dot columbia dot edu>. Please indicate your affiliation in the email. An invitation to participate in the webinar will be sent to you if you send your request by Wednesday, October 15th.
The Seminar/Webinar Series is open to everyone interested in the topic.
Here is the more detailed agenda of the seminar/webinar:
“Are aquifers in the Indus Basin safe? Role of Geogenic Contaminants”
Chander Kumar Singh
Department of Regional Water Studies
TERI University, New Delhi India
“The garment industry in Bangladesh: Aftermath of factory disasters”
A. Hasanat Alamgir
Department of Occupational Health
School of Public Health
University of Texas
If you would like more details on these presentation, you may contact the speakers directly via email:
Dr. Chander Kumar Singh, <chanderkumarsingh at gmail dot com>
Dr. A. Hasanat Alamgir, <Abul dot H dot Alamgir at uth dot tmc dot edu>
For more information about Columbia's SRP projects please see our website at http://superfund.ciesin.columbia.edu.