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Education & Outreach Highlights: 2016 & 2017

Regatta 2016

Despite recent transitions at the Center, 2016 and 2017 have been a busy time for CEES. Here are a few highlights relating to the Center's education and outreach efforts.

 

Changes at the Center

The Center for Earth and Environmental Science welcomed three new faces in 2016: Dr. Pierre-Andre Jacinthe (Director), Dr. Victoria Schmalhofer (Assistant Director), and Sam Ansaldi MaED (Education Specialist). Familiar faces are still to be found at the Center: Danielle Follette supervises the Edge of Field project, and Bob Barr continues as the Center's expert on fluvial erosion hazards.

The 2017 Wild Pollinator Count Takes Place July 17-23

Summer Opportunity for Citizen Scientists! 

The buzz is all about bees - and other insects, too!

NSF-Funded Summer Workshop for Teachers

Hydrologic Cycles and Climate Change Workshop to be held this summer at IUPUI.

Service Learning Projects 7 and 8 rescheduled to Sunday, April 9.

Projects 7 and 8 have been rescheduled to Sunday April 9.

Spring Service Learning

Spring 2017 Service Learning Registration Is Open

Earth Sciences Spring Colloquium, Feb. 13

Mary Beth Adams to discuss watershed acidification.

 

Severe Drought Brought About the Decline of Mississippian Culture

IUPUI Scientists Document the Impacts of Climate Change on Maize-Dependent Native American Populations During the Holocene 

 

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