Keene State College Hosts Professor and Researcher for Discussion on China's Transition to Electric Transportation
Keene, NH, April 10, 2012: Keene State College’s Sidore Lecture Series will host Christopher Cherry, Assistant Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Tennessee Knoxville, for a discussion on China’s transition to electric bikes and cars, and what it means for environmental and public health. More on Cherry’s research can be found online at http://web.ut k.edu/~cherry/Site/Research.html.
Where and when: Monday, April 16, 2012 at 7 p.m.
Centennial Hall in the Alumni Center, Keene State College
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Kim Schmidl-Gagne at 603-358-2768 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
More on Christopher Cherry can be found here: http://web.utk.edu/~cherry/Site /Welcome.html.
About Keene State College’s Sidore Lecture Series
The Saul O. Sidore Memorial Foundation and the Sidore Lecture Series are named in memory of Saul O. Sidore who was born in NYC in 1907, the son of immigrants. The foundation and the lecture series have been established to support campus presentations by speakers on emerging ideas and to enhance faculty efforts to challenge students and the wider community to participate in dialogue around original, provocative and sometimes controversial issues facing society.
About Keene State College
Keene State College is a preeminent public liberal arts college that ensures student access to world-class academic programs. Integrating academics with real-world application and active community and civic engagement, Keene State College prepares graduates to meet society’s challenges by thinking critically, acting creatively, and serving the greater good. To learn more about Keene State College, visit www.keene.edu.
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