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National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis

Equity Justice Seminar

Join us for our Winter/Spring 2021 Seminar Series

This seminar series was motivated by recent conversations about how we at NCEAS can foster diversity and inclusion within our scientific community, while also designing research questions and approaches to promote environmental justice and equity across our broader community. The speakers will share their research approaches and findings as they relate to the intersections of ecology, environmental data science, equity, and environmental justice.

Download the full event flyer here and learn more about each individual event below.

Thursday, February 4, 12-1pm PST
Gillian Bowser, 'Environmental Justice and Ecological Blindspots'
Watch a recording of Dr. Bowser's talk.
View Dr. Bowser's slides.

Wednesday, March 3, 11am-12pm PST
Christopher Schell, 'Wealth, Race, and Wildlife: The Impacts of Structural Inequality on Urban Wildlife'
Watch a recording of Dr. Schell's talk.

Wednesday, April 7, 12-1pm PDT
Lydia Jennings, 'Indigenous Data Sovereignty: How Scientists and Researchers can Empower Data Governance'
Join the Zoom webinar: https://ucsb.zoom.us/j/84502202423

 

This seminar series is free and open to the public—we hope you can join!

All talks will be recorded and posted to the NCEAS YouTube Channel. Links will be provided on this page once they are available.

Live auto captioning using Zoom enabled AI will be available for all talks in this series.

For questions, please contact Courtney Scarborough at scarborough@nceas.ucsb.edu.

Category: Center News

Tags: Data Science, Environmental Justice, Conservation & Management, Equity, Diversity