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Exquisite Apocalypse: Bioregions, Extinction, and the Braided Essay
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Exquisite Apocalypse: Bioregions, Extinction, and the Braided Essay

The next Cal Maritime Scholar event features Dr. Julie Chisholm, who teaches creative writing, critical thinking, and ethics at Cal Maritime. Dr. Chisholm will discuss her recent collaboration with two other writers on a braided essay. Their essay focuses on the role of creativity in the era of significant human impact on the environment, also … Continue reading

Make Your Own DIY Upcycled Wallet for Campus Sustainability Month
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Make Your Own DIY Upcycled Wallet for Campus Sustainability Month

October is National Campus Sustainability Month, so we’re going to practice sustainability by upcycling materials into wallets. Meet up in the Library Green Room on Friday, October 26 between 11:30 and 1:30 to turn bicycle inner tubes, patterned duct tape, and old maps into your very own sustainably-sourced wallet, card holder for the Career Fair, … Continue reading

Return of the Toxic Algae: Does nutrient pollution in the San Francisco Estuary cause toxic algal blooms?
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Return of the Toxic Algae: Does nutrient pollution in the San Francisco Estuary cause toxic algal blooms?

Please join us at the next Cal Maritime Scholar event, Thursday, September 20 at 11:00 in Peachman Auditorium. We’ll hear about the research of Dr. Alex Parker, Science & Math, followed by Q&A led by Dr. Elizabeth McNie, Marine Transportation. Please note the venue change. Like many aquatic systems around the world, the San Francisco Estuary … Continue reading