There are many events both on and off campus for students interested in the environment – bookmark this page for regular updates as new events are announced.

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Questions? Contact Professor Christine Witkowski at or at (860) 343-5781.

Environmental Club:
Student Environmental Association for Sustainability (SEAS)
Wednesdays  2:45-3:45 pm in Wheaton 210A or
Thursdays  2-3 pm in Wheaton 213A
All are welcome! Opportunities for socializing, networking, and volunteering
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Tuesday 11/18
Talk: Toxic Chemicals – Our Health Environmental and Legacy for the Future
6:30 – 8:30 pm at deKoven House Community Center, 27 Washington Street, Middletown
FREE, but seating is limited & refreshments provided, so RSVP requested
Contact Tony Marino  at or 860.347.0340
“Many chemicals produced by industry can have a profound effect on both human and environmental health. What does their widespread use mean for us and for our legacy to future generations? Find out more and what we can do to prevent harm when Dr. Jerry Silbert, Executive Director of the environmental and health non-profit the Watershed Partnership, speaks about the implications of pesticides and other toxic chemicals.”

Friday 11/21
Talk: Connecticut’s Groundwater: The Gold Beneath Our Feet
and Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Connecticut
with special guest CT DEEP Commisioner Robert Klee
at the University of Connecticut Student Union Ballroom
$40 for students (includes dinner & GSC membership); register by 11/17
5 pm Social Hour, 6 pm Dinner, 7 pm Business Meeting, 7:30 pm Talk
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*the MxCC environmental club SEAS will sponsor up to 50% of the cost of registration (contact Prof. Witkowski)