Norwich University Office of Communications

November 1, 2016

On campus for a Norwich Writers Series reading last week, journalist and author Jonathan Mingle took time to discuss three central ideas from his recent book on black carbon, global warming, and its impact on a small Himalayan village. Norwich Associate Writing Professor and Writers Series Director Sean Prentiss makes a cameo. And Tara Kulkarni, an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, discusses how Mingle’s book and reading helps her students as academics, researchers, and citizens by cutting across disciplines—using story to connect climate change, people, and policy.


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