UW-Eau Claire will host a forum titled "Dangers Unseen: Blasting, Ultra-Fine Particles and Human Health" from 7-9 p.m. Nov. 15 in the Ojibwe Ballroom of Davies Center. Experts will share their perspectives on frac sand mining public health issues, with a panel discussion to follow. Speakers will be Dr. Crispin Pierce, associate professor of public health professions and the director of the environmental health program at UW-Eau Claire; Dr. Michael McCawley, interim associate dean for research and interim chair for the department of occupational and environmental health at West Virginia University; and Bob Kincaid, co-founder of the Appalachian Community Health Emergency campaign and nationally known broadcaster. View more information about the presenters. The forum is sponsored by the Penokee Hills Education Project, Save the Hills Alliance, Frac Sand Sentinel and the UW-Eau Claire Student National Environmental Health Association. For more information, call 715-723-6398 or email email@example.com.