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Growing Convergence Research Lecture

About the series

Lessons from the Field 2023: Perspectives on Catalyzing Convergence in GCR Phase II

Join us for an informative lecture with convergence science experts from across the Nation. The following panelists will be presenting on their work:

  • Project: Jumpstarting Successful Open-Source Software Projects with Evidence-based Rules and Structures
    Panelist: Professor Charlie Schweik, Department of Environmental Conservation and School of Public Policy, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Project: The Convergent Impact of Marine Viruses, Minerals, and Microscale Physics on Phytoplankton Carbon Sequestration
    Panelist: Professor Kay Bidle, Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Institute of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Sciences, Rutgers University

  • Project: Managing Future Risk of Increasing Simultaneous Megafires
    Panelist: Professor Alison Cullen, Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington

  • Project: Common Pool Resource Theory as a Scalable Framework for Catalyzing Stakeholder-Driven Solutions to the Freshwater Salinization Syndrome
    Panelist: Professor Stanley Grant, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Virginia Tech University

Zoom link: https://msu.zoom.us/j/99099016340?pwd=eG90MDR2TVJwZWIxbTdiaHM3KzVnQT09
Passcode: GCR

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