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EPA to hold Environmental Research Seminar in Atlanta, Georgia on Wednesday, September 10, 2003
Release Date: 09/10/2003
Contact Information: Carl Terry, Office of External Affairs, EPA Region 4, (404) 562-8327
Bringing U.S. EPA STAR (Science To Achieve Results) Grant Recipients to State, Federal and Tribal Environmental Programs in the Southeast
On Wednesday, September 10, 2003, twelve U.S. EPA Science to Achieve Results (STAR) grantees will present the results of their research to federal, state, and local government environmental and health professionals from the southeast. STAR funds cutting-edge environmental research projects nationwide, with many focusing on specific needs of the region. Out of the hundreds of possible choices, topics were chosen that are related to air quality, drinking water, asthma, and other important issues that are ongoing in the southeast. State and local government environmental professionals also have been invited, giving them a unique opportunity to learn about a variety of STAR research projects. The seminar is designed to educate and engage discussion between researchers and scientists from federal, state and tribal environmental programs on the latest state of the art in environmental research.
WHO: Dr. Paul Gilman, EPA Science Advisor; John C. Puzak, Acting Director, National Center for Environmental Research; Shelby Gerking, University of Central Florida; Dr. Paige E. Tolbert, Emory University; Dr. Amy H. Ringwood, Marine Resource Research Institute, Charleston, SC; Dr. Peter B. Meyer, University of Louisville; Dr. Jay Overmyer, University of Georgia; Dr. James H. Raymer, RTI International; Samuel L. Bell, Jefferson County Department of Health, Birmingham,. ALA; Dr. Robert Gottfried, University of the South; Dr Tanju Karanfil, Clemson University; Dr. Patrick Baker, University of Florida; Dr. Howard Weinberg, University of North Carolina; and Dr. Michael Lee Vasu, North Carolina State University
EPA Environmental Research Seminar
U.S. EPA Regional Office
Wednesday, September 10, 2003, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.