Environmental Sciences Centennial Panel Discussion: Past, Present, and Future Trends In Environmental Issues

The Rutgers Department of Environmental Sciences Centennial Anniversary (1920 to 2020)
Virtual Panel Discussion, Past, Present and Future Trends in Environmental Issues, November 18th, 2020 at 7pm
This discussion was moderated by Kelly Ann Cicalese SEBS'11 (B.S., Meteorology) from WCVB-TV, Boston, and featured four panelists, representing a broad perspective on the environmental disciplines and issues at the core of our department's mission, as well as the role Rutgers plays in addressing those issues now and in the future.
The Department of Environmental Sciences includes the disciplines of Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, and Meteorology/Atmospheric Science.
Photo: Martin Hall, shortly after its completion in 1914, where the Environmental Sciences department began.


Tony Broccoli CC'77, GSNB'79, GSNB'98 (Ph.D., Environmental Science), Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science in the Department of Environmental Sciences at Rutgers University and Co-Director of the Rutgers Climate Institute

Angela Oberg GSNB'18 (Ph.D., Planning and Public Policy), Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Human Ecology at Rutgers University

Joan G. Tell CC'87, GSNB'89, GSNB'92 (Ph.D., Environmental Science), Director of Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences at Merck & Co., Inc.

David Vaccari CC'74, GSNB'83, GSNB'84 (Ph.D., Environmental Science), Professor in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Ocean Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology.

Here is the Panel Discussion recording video