Wednesday, Sept. 18
- Sangren Hall, 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. — Dr. Dorceta Taylor, professor of environmental justice at the University of Michigan, will visit WMU to engage students, faculty and staff, and the greater Kalamazoo community in a conversation about grassroots sustainability. Her visit includes a keynote address, "Race, Poverty and Access to Food in America: Resistance, Survival and Sustainability." Read more about this event.
Wednesday, Sept. 25
- WMU Ethics Center, 7 p.m. — Ron Kramer, professor of sociology, presents "Is climate change a crime? Moral, legal, and political perspectives."
Tuesday, Oct. 1
- 2000 Schneider Hall, 2 to 3:15 p.m. — Tim Rann, social business consultant, presents "Breaking into the social sector."
Thursday, Oct. 10
- Miller Auditorium, 7 p.m. — WMU's Center for Humanities Changing Climate Series presents "unlikely activist" Bill McKibben. McKibben will share his search of the larger solutions to global climate issues from the local level to the giant fossil-fuel industry, and the imperative to work on both levels during his presentation, "Notes from the Front Lines of the Climate Fight." Registration is required. Read more and register.