Texas Tech University

Texas Tech Climate Center Hosts Virtual ‘Science by the Glass’ Event

Anna Hedges

October 26, 2020

Emily Bailey will lead a discussion on COVID-19 and how it relates to climate change.

WHAT:

Texas Tech University's Climate Center hosts the virtual “Science by the Glass” event, “Climate and COVID: Is there a connection?”

WHEN:

5 p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 27)

WHERE:

Virtually presented via Zoom. Registration is required.

EVENT:

Bring your favorite beverage and pull up a chair for a virtual discussion led by Emily Bailey, an assistant professor of public health at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Bailey will lead a discussion on COVID-19 and how it relates to climate change and environmental interactions.

Her research interests are primarily in infectious diseases, environmental microbiology and emerging pathogens. Bailey also will describe her current work on COVID-19 in human and environmental samples and take questions after the presentation.

To learn more about Bailey, click here.

See the Climate Center's Eventbrite page for more information.