The Speakers Series of South Haven has announced its upcoming programs commemorating a decade of lectures.
The series says the spring series will kick off on April 18 with “The Impact of Climate Change on Lake Michigan,” presented by Drew Gronewold, an associate professor of ecosystem science at the University of Michigan. He’ll share some research that demonstrates the extent to which Lake Michigan is warming and the long-term effects those changes will have on fisheries and coastal communities.
The spring series will continue May 23 with “Artificial Intelligence and Media Literacy” by Sue Ellen Christian, a professor of communications at Western Michigan University.
Also, a presentation by Michigan Chief Medical Executive Natasha Bagdasarian is planned for the fall. She’ll talk about gun violence in Michigan.
Future announcements are planned.
Each presentation begins at 7 p.m. at the South Haven Campus of Lake Michigan College and admission is $10. You can find out more at SouthHavenSpeakersSeries.org.