CACHE Connections Seminars

The CACHE Connections seminar series puts a spotlight on excellent lectures and seminars happening in departments across campus in the areas of indoor environments, emissions modeling, energy and fuel decision making, and international development. Our goal is to weave a thread of common interest through many disciplines and build wider interest in the study of environmental and health consequences from human activities in the home.

Find upcoming seminars in the calendar sidebar on the right, or listen to previous seminars on the CACHE Connections page.



“BrainstormThis” Monthly Forum

“BrainstormThis” is a discussion forum for members of research institutions, non-governmental organizations, community councils, and funding organizations to gather to focus on a single grand goal: making sure the “help” offered to improve the health and well-being of people around the world actually helps.

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Development Effectiveness Workshop 2016

The Development Effectiveness Workshop was held Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 2016, at the ACES Library and Alumni Center on the Urbana-Champaign campus. It brought together 30 minds from academia and non-government organizations to collectively explore the question: Why do development goals come up short, and why do we continue to let them come up short despite evidence our methods are ineffective?

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