Professor to lecture on designing energy efficient buildings

Frances Myers

An Osborn Club lecture will be held 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10, in Room 1420 of the Molecular Biology building. The lecture will be titled “Designing Energy-Efficient Buildings: The low hanging fruit — so hard to reach.” 

The lecture will be led by Ulrike Passe, assistant professor of architecture and director of the Center for Building Energy Research. 

The Osborn Club, founded in 1921, is active in research within the natural or physical sciences and provides a forum for exchange of ideas across scientific disciplines, according to its website.

The club meets on the second Monday of each month from September through April. Each program consists of a social period, dinner and presentation of a research lecture. The lecture part of this month’s meeting will be open to the public.