University Lecture Zeros in on Climate Change
Ronald Prinn, professor of atmospheric research at MIT, delivered WPI's third annual University Lecture on Monday, Dec. 10, in Alden Memorial.
Prinn is a widely respected researcher whose work touches on atmospheric chemistry, dynamics, and physics. He is involved in projects in atmospheric chemistry and biogeochemistry, climate sciences, and assessment of science and policy regarding climate change. He also leads the Advanced Global Atmospheric Gases Experiment.
Prinn has made significant contributions to the development of national and international scientific research programs in global change. His University Lecture addressed the science, economics, and policy of climate change.