Keystone Series Interdisciplinary Panel Discussion
Tuesday, April 11th 
Pfendler Hall Deans Auditorium 6:00PM - 7:30PM 


Doors Open, Light Refreshments, & Informal Conversation

Please note, the room will be full. If you want to ensure good seats, we encourage you to arrive during the reception. 


Event Begins

Welcome, History of Keystone Series, & Sponsor Recognition

ESE Program Director Dr. Linda Lee

World Cafe Summary, Keystone Agenda, Panel & Moderator Introduction

Raymond “Studie” RedCorn, ESE PhD Candidate, Agricultural & Biological Engineering


Keystone Series Interdisciplinary Panel (bios)

Moderator, Douglas Pruim

  • Chris Andronicos, Ph.D., Professor Earth, Atmospheric, & Planetary Sciences, Purdue University 

  • Kim Osborne, Ph.D., C-SPAN Chair Professional in Residence, Purdue University

  • Marty Frisbee, Ph.D., Professor, Earth, Atmospheric, & Planetary Sciences, Purdue University 

  • William Yeatman, Energy and Environmental Policy, Center for Energy and Environment at Competitive Enterprise Institute 

  • Raul Garcia, J.D., Legislative Counsel, EarthJustice 


Keystone Series Interdisciplinary Panel Discussion

Q&A using questions from the first event, audience and satellite locations


Moderator Overview & Summary Minute for Each Panelist 


Event Wrap up, Additional Q&A 

Keystone Series World Café Interdisciplinary Topic Discussion
Wednesday, March 22nd 
Hicks Library (B853) 6:00PM - 7:30PM
The World Café is an interactive event format that allows participants to shape the direction and scope of the content discussed in large group dialogue.  For more information, check out this page with a short video.

5:45 PM

Doors Open and Sandwiches Served


Event Starts


Welcome, Sponsor Recognition and Moderator Introduction by ESE Program Head Dr. Linda Lee

Summary of the Evening's Agenda by Session Moderator, Elizabeth Trybula groups - Brief Overview of Standing Rock in the Popular and Academic Press

Hand off to Facilitator’s to start discussions

World Café Discussion Topic Walkthrough

Small Group Discussions on Topics of Interest

Large Group Reflection




Start second round of discussions


Start recapping questions from each table

7:30 pm

Event ends

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