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Library Colloquia Series
Dying to Be Heard
Thursday, November 8, 7:00 pm
Main Library, North Conference Room (W449), 4th floor, West Wing
Presented by Gary Morgan, MSU Museum, and Pam Rasmussen, Department of Zoology
Co-sponsored by the Library Environmental Series and in coordination with the MSU Museum exhibit "Echoes of Silent Spring." Please visit the exhibit commemorating the 50th anniversary of Silent Spring, located on the second floor of the west wing of the Main Library.
Dying to Be Heard is the 30-minute documentary produced by students in the MSU Knight Center for Environmental Journalism. The film tells the story of Michigan State University professor Dr. George J. Wallace, who discovered a link between DDT and dying birds on the MSU campus. His work was highlighted in Rachel Carson's book Silent Spring, which helped launch the modern environmental movement.
Free and open to the public.
Free to attend but must register here.
Wednesday, November 7 2012 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Main Library, Basement Instruction Room (EG2)
More information and additional class offerings here.