Hubbard Sustainability Series

Dates: November 4, 2018

Meets: Su from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Location: MCC at Do Space 219

Registration Fee: $0.00


The Claire M. Hubbard Foundation Sustainability Speakers Series is an engaging conversation between experts on sustainability-related topics. The topic and its experts change every quarter, and this quarter is focused on water. Audiences will benefit hearing from local, regional, and national experts.


Ø  Eric Williams, Natural Resources Planner, NRD

Ø  Shannon Bartelt-Hunt, Professor of Civil Engineering; Professor of Environmental, Agricultural and Occupational Health, UNL

Ø  Gitangali Rao, America’s Top Young Scientist (2017 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge)


Gitanjali Rao is 12 years old and a 7th grader at STEM School Highlands Ranch in Highlands Ranch, CO. She was just recently named America’s Top Young Scientist of 2017 by the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge with a device to detect lead in water faster than any other current techniques. She is also the winner of a world-wide Paradigm challenge. She is an active STEM promoter and is involved in promoting STEM based activities in schools, clubs and the community. She recently gave two TEDx talks apart from speaking in several girls' conferences and was a UNICEF panelist about the role of Youth to power the planet.

A Q&A segment with all three speakers will follow. Light refreshments will be provided. 



Mailer date is incorrect. The correct date for this course in Nov. 4.
Fee: $0.00

MCC at Do Space 219