Earth and environment film series returns for fall semester

August 22, 2012

The Earth and Mineral Sciences Library's popular lunch hour film series returns this semester with a varied line up of documentaries related to the environment and natural resources. All films are shown at 12:15 p.m. in 105 Deike Building, and are free and open to the public.

The schedule is as follows:

Sept. 5: "How Earth Made Us: Deep Earth" (51 min)

Sept. 12: No film this week. Please join us for the Library’s Open House.

Sept. 19: "Water on the Table" (56 min)

Sept. 26: "Over a Barrel: The Truth About Oil" (39 min)

Oct. 3: "How Earth Made Us: Water" (51 min)

Oct. 10: "Burning in the Sun—Part 1" (42 min)

Oct. 17: "Burning in the Sun—Part 2" (41 min)

Oct. 24: "How Earth Made Us: Wind" (51 min)

Oct. 31: "Tar Creek" (54 min)

Nov. 7: "The Biofuel Myth: Harsh Realities in the Developing World" (44 min)

Nov. 14: "How Earth Made Us: Fire" (51 min)

Nov. 21: No film (Thanksgiving break)

Nov. 28: "The Age of Stupid—Part 1"(45 min)

Dec. 5: "The Age of Stupid—Part 2" (44 min)

Dec. 12: "How Earth Made Us: Human Planet" (51 min.)

For more information, go to http://www.libraries.psu.edu/psul/emsl/aboutus/filmseries.html. Penn State encourages qualified persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, call Robert Tolliver at 814-865-3694 in advance of your visit.

Last Updated August 24, 2012