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Tuesday, October 2 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Integration of Environmental Sciences, Arts, and Humanities Across the LTER Network

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The integration of environmental science, arts, and humanities (eSAH) is flourishing across the LTER network, where it is being applied to enhance outreach/education activities as well as fundamental inquiry with the aspirational goal of helping society overcome the social-ecological grand challenges of today. During this workshop, we will: a) share examples of varying eSAH activities from across the LTER network through brief presentations from artists, scientists, and organizers, b) report on research assessing the impacts of eSAH activities on audiences and their value to LTER, c) analyze the range and extent of interdisciplinary integration currently being achieved through different programmatic models, and d) develop an action plan for

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Mary Beth Leigh

Professor of Microbiology, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Mary Beth Leigh is a Professor of Microbiology in the Institute of Arctic Biology and the Department of Biology & Wildlife at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She organizes Alaska-based and LTER-wide efforts to foster collaboration between the environmental sciences, arts, and... Read More →

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Clarisse Hart

Director of Outreach & Education, Harvard Forest, Harvard University
I'm broadly interested in science communication, undergraduate education, broadening diversity in the sciences, and - research-wise - invasive forest pests, athropod foodwebs, and marine mammal population dynamics (not necessarily at the same time).As co-chair of the LTER Communications... Read More →

Evelyn Gaiser

Lead PI, Florida International University

Michael Nelson

PI, Oregon State University

Nick Oehm

Education & Outreach Coordinator, Florida International University

Tuesday October 2, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
09. Nautilus W Meeting Room