C-SEF Seminar: Lori Hunter, IBS and Sociology
Join Dr. Lori Hunter, Director of the Institute of Behavioral Sciences and Professor of Sociology, for a C-SEF Seminar on November 3 in the CIRES Auditorium. This talk will present a general overview of the state of empirical, social science understanding of the connections between human migration and environmental context and change. Specific examples will be provided from Dr. Hunter’s research focused on rural Mexico, while important recent advancements and continuing gaps will also be explored.
This Center for Social and Environmental Futures (C-SEF) Big Picture* Seminar will take place in the CIRES Auditorium (CIRES 338) at 3:30 pm.
A reception will follow in the CIRES Map Room (CIRES 340) at 4:30 pm. All are welcome!
This event will also be livestreamed: https://youtu.be/UuOLbiQIFzQ
*C-SEF's Big Picture seminars will address questions pertaining to long-term and large-scale futures, such as how economic growth, geopolitics, global security, inequality, migration patterns, and other development trends will be affected by environmental problems, and how they will affect humankind’s ability to achieve environmental goals.