Carson Scholars Lightning Talks – Part II: Science at Scale

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.

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Corals in Crisis: Understanding Holobiont Interactions under Climate Change
Sam King, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

Collaborative Governance & Environmental Justice in the Urban Waters Federal Partnership Program
Alison Elder, School of Geography, Development & Environment

Knots in Nature: Fostering Connection with Augmented Reality
Kelly Smith, Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies

Effect of Human Development on the Endangered Sonoran Pronghorn Population in the Sonoran Desert
Miguel Grageda, School of Natural Resources & Environment

Community-led Mangrove & Fishery Management & the Fight Against Industrial Aquaculture in Sonora
Skylar Benedict, Anthropology

Plants in an Urban World: The Effects of Urbanization on the Ecology & Evolution of an Invasive Annual Plant in California
Anthony Dant, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

5 to 7 p.m., March 29, 2023