Our April meeting date coincides with the 49th anniversary of Earth Day and we are pleased to have as our guest Dr. Chris Lorentz, a faculty member at Thomas More University since 1994. Chris has taught a variety of classes, including Aquatic Biology and Genetics among others. He has received the Outstanding Full-Time Teacher of the Year Award twice.
Chris serves as the Director of the Center for Ohio River Research and Education at the University’s Biology Field Station. Through the Center, he has been awarded several research grants involving fish and mussels in the Ohio River and in particular, the conservation of aquatic species. His topic for the evening is “A Brief Overview of the Ohio River: Its History, Biology and Water Quality.”
Food and drinks (optional) will be available at PeeWee’s Place starting at 6:30. Chris will begin his presentation at 7:00.
Come out and meet new friends or enjoy the company of old friends - all focused on a care for the environment!