This event is a follow-up discussion to the talk held February 9th and is capped at 20 students. If you sign up after the cap is filled, you will be added to a waiting list.

Discussions will be held in BFI Conference Room SHFE 349.

 

Alexis Cain is an Environmental Scientist with the Air and Radiation Division of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5 in Chicago. He has been with USEPA since 1995. He holds a Masters in International Affairs from The American University and a Masters in Environmental Studies from Yale University. He is the Air and Radiation Division’s team lead for air toxics and energy, and serves on a variety of regulatory workgroups, including one that is developing greenhouse gas reduction requirements for electricity generating units.