On the evening of September 30th Montclair State’s Kasser Theater had the honor of hosting Dr. Maureen E. Raymo, Lamont Research Professor and Director of the Lamont-Doherty Core Repository Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, of Columbia University, as part of the Margaret and Herman Sokol Science Lecture Series. Throughout the lecture, Collapse of Ice Sheets in the Ancient Climate (and What This Means For the World Now), Dr. Raymo expressed, “The rate at which we are putting CO2 into the atmosphere is at an all time high”.
Since Fall 2002 the Margaret and Herman Sokol Science Lecture series has aimed to not only educate but also bring together students as well as faculty to gain interest in important issues within the scientific community. The next lecture will be held on May 1st of the coming spring semester.
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