Enter the Microcosm: SUST Prof Michele Hoffman Celebrates Marine Biodiversity 2/20 at 7pm in Lake County

Sustainability advocates, SUST and BIOL majors, biodiversity fans, ocean lovers, environmental policy wonks, friends near and far: tomorrow night 2/20 at 7pm at the Groton Community Center in Lake County is where you can enter the wondrous “Microcosm” of marine biodiversity with SUST prof Michele Hoffman.

Professor Hoffman is a great colleague here at RU who has taught in our SUST program since 2010 — a dedicated advocate of marine biodiversity and sustainability, a talented filmmaker, and a charismatic speaker. Highly recommended for SUST and BIOL majors, as well as all members of the RU sustainability community! Student admission is a mere $10 — more info below.

See event info on Facebook as well as this registration page where you can purchase a ticket.

Microcosm Film Team

The Microcosm film team: Cinematographer Katherine Brennan (left), Creator/Director Michele Hoffman Trotter (middle), and Coordinator of Education and Outreach Carlee Belt, spring 2018

Donna Marie Seigel & MH Microcosm

Lead editor Donna Marie Siegel (pictured left) recent graduate of Columbia College, Chicago, with SUST prof and Microcosm Director Michele Hoffman

 

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