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Climate Change in a Politically Charged Environment

NOVA producers will join IU professors to discuss climate change. PBS' NOVA is the most popular science series in the country and airs locally on WTIU.

NOVA airs on Wednesdays at 9 PM on WTIU.

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NOVA airs on Wednesdays at 9 PM on WTIU.

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Climate Change in a Politically Charged Environment


Whittenberger Auditorium in the IMU

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 6 PM

FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC

NOVA producers will join IU faculty members to discuss climate change.

Paula Apsell, Senior Executive Producer, NOVA and NOVA ScienceNOW
Fred Cate, Vice President for Research and Distinguished Professor of Law at Indiana University (Moderator)
Doug Hamilton, Producer of NOVA Documentaries
Lee Hamilton, Former US Congressman from Indiana, Author, Distinguished Scholar at IU
Ellen Ketterson, Distinguished Professor of Biology and Gender Studies at IU Department of Biology

A panel discussion will follow a brief presentation as part of the M School’s Speaker Series. Q&A encouraged. NOVA airs nationally on PBS and locally here on WTIU. It’s the most popular science series on American television. Apsell oversees the production of NOVA and has directed its diversification into other media, with NOVA being the most-visited site on pbs.org. NOVA has won every major broadcasting award, including the Emmy, the Peabody and an Academy Award nomination. The visit by Apsell and Hamilton is co-sponsored by The Media School and WTIU Public Television.