“We Lost Our Sea Ice, Now What?” by Ross Lieb-Lappen ‘07, who is teaching the Winter Term course ENVS 110 – Ice Cores: By Land and by Sea. Ross Lieb-Lappen earned a degree in environmental studies and chemistry. During his first year at Middlebury, he was the founder of the Relay For Life at the College, which has cumulatively raised over $1.5 million for cancer research and support services. After obtaining a M.S. in mathematics from the University of Vermont, he completed a Ph.D. in Engineering at Dartmouth College studying the microstructure of Arctic and Antarctic sea ice. He currently is a post-doctorate fellow at the US Army Corps of Engineers’ Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL), where he continues investigating the microstructure of snow and ice.
Cosponsored by environmental studies and the Franklin Environmental Center.
- Sponsored by:
- Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs; Environmental Studies