Watch Live: Common Hour with Professor Collin Roesler at 12:30 p.m.

Collin Roesler deploys a sensor that will aid in satellite imagery of ocean pigment.

Collin Roesler deploys a sensor that will aid in satellite imagery of ocean pigment.

 

Associate Professor of Earth and Oceanographic Science Collin Roesler brings her passion for understanding ocean ecosystem responses to climate change to the Bowdoin community during a Karofsky Faculty Encore Lecture Friday, January 25, 2013.

Roesler’s talk, “A Scientist Looks at the Ocean: Thoughts on Developing Students’ Scientific Identity,” is presented as part of Bowdoin’s Common Hour, a series created as an occasion for students, faculty and staff to gather, at at time absent of classes or committee meetings, to engage in the ideas and presentations of the speakers.

Roesler’s talk, scheduled 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m., is delivered in Kresge Auditorium, Visual Arts Center.

Watch it live right here on the Bowdoin Daily Sun, or look here for an archived version of this and other presentations by Bowdoin faculty and guest lecturers.



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  1. William Barr says:

    My wife, Amy, and I thouroughly enjoyed the live stream of an excellent lecture. Please do more of these.

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