The 24th annual Current Topics in Science Speaker Series at Northern Vermont University-Johnson continues in October with a talk Oct. 3 by University of Vermont associate professor Connie Tompkins.
All the talks in the series, free for the public, are 4-5:15 p.m. in Room 207 at Bentley Hall. The series is coordinated by NVU-Johnson’s Environmental and Health Sciences Department.
Tompkins, who teaches exercise science at UVM, will discuss teacher-led physical activity intervention for preschoolers.
The other October speakers and topics include:
- Oct. 17 — Andy Vermilyea, Castleton University associate professor and environmental science program coordinator, “Influence of Glaciated Watersheds of Southeast Alaska on Water Quality”
- Oct. 24 — Deb Katz, director, Massachusetts-based Citizens Awareness Network
- Oct. 31 — To be determined
For more information about the series, email Les.Kanat@NorthernVermont.edu.