August 13, 2013
Originally scheduled for April 19 but cancelled due to the events surrounding the Boston Marathon, our celebration honoring the distinguished career of Professor William Moomaw will now be held this fall on Friday, October 18. The event will be a different format than originally planned, this time featuring a lecture at 3:00pm by Princeton University Professor Robert Socolow, who, along with colleague Dr. Stephen Pacala, developed the famous “stabilization wedges” concept for combating climate change. Professor Socolow’s address will be followed by a reception at 4:30 to honor Professor Moomaw. Both events are open to the public (registration required) and will be located at The Fletcher School, 160 Packard Avenue in Medford. Professor Moomaw recently stepped down as Director of CIERP and will retire at the end of this academic year.
Find additional event details and register to attend here.
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