SUST 340 Policy/Law/Ethics Class at RU Hosts Guest Speaker this Wed, Feb. 12

This Wednesday evening at 6:45pm, SUST adjunct professor Michele Hoffman-Trotter’s 340 Policy, Law, & Ethics class at Roosevelt University’s Chicago Campus will host a guest speaker on marine conservation issues and practices. This special session is open to all interested RU students, faculty, and staff.

Chin C portraitWhen:  6:45pm | Wednesday 12 Feb. 2014
Where:  Roosevelt University, Chicago Campus, Gage 108 (18 S. Michigan Ave.)

Christopher Chin is an ocean advocacy specialist with the group COARE (Center for Oceanic Awareness, Research, & Education) who has worked on legislative projects around the country that have helped implement bans on the shark fin trade and abolition of plastic bags. He will give a presentation starting at 6:45pm and take questions for discussion afterward.

Seating is limited in Prof. Hoffman-Trotter’s classroom, so please RSVP your plans to attend to her directly at her email address (

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