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Placemaking and Climate Change Migration

Climate change forced displacement and resettlement is becoming a pressing topic as the impacts of sea level rise, drought, and severe tropical storms increasingly impact communities’ livelihoods. As communities and entire nations are forced to resettle, how will basic social and cultural structures be maintained? The transportation of resilient socio- cultural patterns becomes essential for maintaining the health and well-being of a community.

Studying the Natural Environment and Emerging Contaminants One Nanoparticle at a Time

Despite their small size, nanoparticles are responsible for several environmental processes ranging from the biogeochemical cycling of elements to the transport of toxicants such as heavy metals and radionuclides. The advent of engineered nanotechnology in the recent years necessitated the development of sensitive and selective analytical tools and techniques capable of exploring the nanoscale.

Land Education: Implications for Academic Work

Land education is a framework developed by Indigenous thinkers/activists to center Indigenous futures in the context of settler colonialism. In the context of education, land education is in conversation and critiques environmental education models, proposing that when we center land, waters, climate change in educational work, we acknowledge that we must center Indigenous self-determination in its fullest iteration. This talk will describe this genealogy as well as discuss the implications of land education for academic work.

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