Environmental Research Reboot
Save the date for the Environmental Research Reboot 2.0!
When: Oct.22, 10:30am-4pm
Where: Main Student Center, Room 249 (WebEx link has been sent to online attendees for remote viewing)
Following up on the success of the spring Reboot, we invite all ECU faculty, staff, and students to come back together this fall for Reboot2.0!
The focus of the Reboot this fall will be on building relationships across campus through networking opportunities and interactive panel sessions.
The agenda for the Reboot is:
|10:30-11:45 AM||NRT CCEDS Program Introduction
Learn how you can get involved in new NRT Coastal Community and Environmental Data Science Scholars Program
|12:00-12:50 PM||Featured Lunchtime* Speaker from the Going Coastal Interdisciplinary Seminar Series:
Rosie Mueller, Asst. Professor of Economics, Whitman College
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in drinking water: Evidence from Early Adopters of State Regulation
The talk will be accessed via this Zoom Link
*lunch will be provided for the first 50 people to register
|1:00-1:55 PM||Panel #1: Developing Opportunities for Convergence Research
Panelists: Ariane Peralta (Biology), Kura Duba (Engineering), Joi Walker (Chemistry), Meghan Millea (Economics)
|2:00-2:55 PM||Panel #2: Building Collaborative Strategies for Monitoring in the Coastal Plain
Panelists: David Lagomasino (Coastal Studies), Dan Dickerson (Education), Shanyue Guan (Engineering), Chip Popoviciu (Technology Systems), Rob Howard (Geography, Planning and Environment)
|3:00-4:00 PM||Panel #3: Leveraging Institutional Opportunities and Partnerships in your Research Agenda
Panelists: Kristen Myers (co-PI ECU THRIVE Program & Chair of Sociology), Mary Farwell (Asst. Vice Chancellor, REDE), Sharon Paynter (Asst. Vice Chancellor, OCER), Zach Loch (CIO, ITCS)
*Lunch will be provided for the first 50 registrants. The talk will be live, but virtual.
- Center for Natural Hazards Research
- Center for Sustainable Energy & Environmental Engineering
- Water Resources Center
- Coastal Studies Institute