San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
*UPDATE: General Admission and Student tickets are now entirely reserved, but please add yourself to the waitlist as additional tickets will likely be released closer to the event.
Students for a Sustainable Stanford proudly presents the 5th Annual Stephen H. Schneider Memorial Lecture:
Science, Technology, and Environment in the White House: What Did Obama Do? What Will Trump Do?
Chief Science and Technology Advisor to President Obama (2009-2017) and Teresa and John Heinz Professor of Environmental Policy at Harvard Kennedy School
Tuesday, March 7th at 6:30 pm
Doors open at 6 pm
This lecture is in honor of Stephen H. Schneider, Stanford professor and world-renowned climate scientist who passed away in 2010. A video about Dr. Schneider may be seen here.
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How to Attend
Stanford undergraduate and graduate students must bring their SUIDs, which will be checked at the door. Note that seating is limited and will be available on a first-come basis; doors open at 6 PM.
Faculty, Staff and Community Members:
Faculty, staff, postdoctoral students, and community members may register for a maximum of four (4) general admissions tickets. All tickets are free, and must be presented at the event.
Note: If seating is available 15 minutes prior to the event, Cemex Auditorium will be opened to the public. No ticket will be required.