ESC Working Lunch: Dr. Goldstein on Policy Rights as a Factor Underlying EU...

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As a follow-up to research undertaken as a part of EU-GLOBAL, an EU-funded International Researcher and Staff Exchange Scheme (IRSES) Grant Pitt received along with four partners in the U.S. and Europe, Dr. Bernard Goldstein, Professor Emeritus and former Dean of the Graduate School of Public Health, will present his work on the method of shale gas extraction known as “fracking”. The paper will be available for download after January 27, 2016 on the ESC website {link to the upcoming events page}. Dr. John Keeler, Dean of the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, will offer remarks and moderate the question and answer session. Lunch will be available for pre-registered attendees.

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