Tiny Talks, Big Impacts
The 2022-2023 cohort shares their expertise on science that is much more than meets the eye, following SEES EarthWeek Plenary Speaker Dina Gilio-Whitaker. Virtual and in-person attendance options. Enjoy appetizers and music following the talks.
PART I: PICTURE THE INVISIBLE
Clean Water Access for Environmental Justice
Godsgift Chukwuonye, Environmental Science
Antibiotic Resistence Genes in Urban Greenspace Soils
Mery Touceda-Suárez, Environmental Science
Above Ground Disturbance, Below Ground Perturbance: How Does This Affect Invasive Plants?
Rebecca Bland, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Getting to the Root of Plants’ Response to Drought & Heat Stress
Chosen Obih, Plant Sciences
Aerosol Particles: From Planes to Plants
Kira Zeider, Chemical & Environmental Engineering
Blue Roofs & Blue Pixels: A Hurricane Story
Hannah Friedrich, School of Geography, Development & Environment