Put-in-Bay, OH Learn about Lake Erie and Great Lakes environmental hot topics every Thursday evening throughout the summer at Stone Laboratory, The Ohio State University’s Island Campus on Lake Erie. Beginning June 14, 2007, the annual Stone Lab Guest Lecture Series will include research, management, and policy issues influencing Lake Erie and the surrounding areas. All lectures begin at 7:45 PM and conclude at approximately 9:00 PM.
For those attending the lectures at Stone Lab, an OSU boat leaves the dock in front of the OSU Research Building (near the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Aquatic Center) in Put-in-Bay at 7:15 PM before each lecture. Transportation on this boat to and from Gibraltar Island is free. For those who can’t attend, lectures will also be broadcasted live into Room 333-D Kottman Hall on the OSU main campus. New this year, Stone Lab will also offer video podcasting of the Guest Lectures on its web site at stonelab.osu.edu/lecturesviewable within a week after each lecture.
Stone Laboratory is The Ohio State University’s Island Campus on Lake Erie and the teaching and research facility of the Ohio Sea Grant College Program. The Stone Lab Guest Lecture Series is presented in affiliation with: Ohio Sea Grant College Program, Office of Student Affairs, Friends of Stone Laboratory, Office of Facilities Operation and Development, Environmental Sciences Graduate Program, Environmental Policy Initiative, and The Ohio State University.
Jill Jentes Banicki , Assistant Director, Communications Manager
Ohio Sea Grant & Stone Laboratory