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Alternative Spring Break #JagBreak

Submitted by Jessica Davis, CEES Assistant Director

CEES Supported Undergraduate Research

Guest blog submitted by undergraduate student, Samantha Brickles (sbrickle@umail.iu.edu)

CEES Intern Blog: Hello From Gracesen

Hello! My name is Gracesen Brewster and I am a new CEES Research Intern. I am a senior pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in both Biology and Environmental Science at IUPUI. I have enjoyed learning about not only Biology on an individual level, but also on the global level. My areas of study allow me to absorb the real impact of the leading environmental concerns.

Energy & Climate Change Conference

Guest blog submitted by Sarah Melissa Goss (sarmgoss@iupui.edu).

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are providing the remote sensing community with a new perspective on image acquisition

Dan Johnson Ph.D. (IUPUI Geography) and Jeremy Webber (CEES) recently presented "Potential Applications of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Avenues for Research and Collaboration” at the February Indiana Silver Jackets meeting.  The presentation gave a general overview of remote sensing research talking place at IUPUI and how UAVs can be utilized to enhance these efforts. 

Lilly Arbor

Recently, CEES staff and interns braved the cold Indiana weather to take a tour of the Lilly ARBOR site (Answers for Restoring the Bank of the River), led by Jeremy Webber III.  

Amur Honeysuckle: Why We Care

Many CEES service learning events are centered around the removal of invasive species. One species we remove particularly often is Amur Honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii).

New Partnership: Marian University Nina Mason Pulliam EcoLab

Submitted by Jessica Davis

CEES is excited for our first-time service learning partnership with the Nina Mason Pulliam (NMP) EcoLab at Marian University for environmental service learning events.  The NMP EcoLab is a 55-acre, restored, natural area on the campus of Marian University. 

FEH Phase 3

CEES is excited to announce the third phase of the Indiana Silver Jackets, Fluvial Erosion Hazard (FEH) Mitigation Program is underway.

USDA Funds Research On Drought and Water Quality in Indiana

CEES research affiliate, Dr. Pierre-Andre Jacinthe (Associate Professor, Earth Sciences, IUPUI), recently received funding as lead-PI from the USDA to examine the impact of drought on water quality in Indiana.

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