Virtual Alumni Lecture with Hank Balikov '67:
"Humanity Will Not Survive Without Your Help"

The Office of Development and Alumni Relations invites you to a virtual lecture with Hank Balikov ’67. During this lecture on climate change, participants will learn about sustainable clothing choices, the dangers of greenwashing, the critical issue of water access, global challenges, and the consequences of inaction. This session will empower attendees with the knowledge to make informed decisions and take collective action in addressing the pressing issue of climate change.  

Biological chemistry major Jane March ’24 will moderate a short virtual Q&A session for attendees following the lecture.

Virtual Lecture with Hank Balikov '67
Tuesday, Aug. 15
7 p.m. CT
Zoom Lecture

Register online below. Registration closes Tuesday, August 8 at 11:59 p.m. CT. The Zoom link for the event will appear in your email confirmation.

About the Speaker

Hank Balikov '67Hank Balikov graduated in 1967 and had his first environmental job with the Illinois Pollution Control Board in 1972.  In the following 50 years, he has headed regional enforcement for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; directed Environmental Affairs for a Fortune 500 company; spent several years on the U.S. delegation establishing international environmental management standards; been responsible for implementing environmental management systems at both public and private organizations; contributed to the recent Pennsylvania-New Jersey environmental resource inventory and served as Vice President for Sustainability in a multi-state consulting firm.  

He is currently focusing on improving the sustainability of the clothing and fashion supply chain and evaluating ESG in the production and distribution of coffee and tea.

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Tuesday August 15
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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