Cincinnati’s Climate Equity Indicators Report

PEWs Faculty Affiliate Carlie Trott has collaborated with community partners to conduct research into the vulnerability of Cincinnati's communities to climate change. The newly released Cincinnati Climate Equity Indicators Report was produced in collaboration with the Cincinnati Office of Environment and Sustainability, Green Umbrella Regional Sustainability Alliance, Groundwork Ohio River Valley, University of Cincinnati and … Continue reading Cincinnati’s Climate Equity Indicators Report

UC Sustainability Award Program 2022

The Office of Sustainability at UC is announcing the Sustainability Award Program for 2022: In support of UC’s strategic direction, Next Lives Here, and the goals outlined in the 2019 UC Sustainability + Climate Action Plan, the Sustainability Award Program serves as a celebratory and competitive framework for recognizing UC students, staff­, and faculty who are doing … Continue reading UC Sustainability Award Program 2022

PEWS Needs Your Support

We are excited to announce the launch of the Center for Public Engagement with Science donation page! Please consider making a gift to PEWS. Donations will help support student internships with PEWS, local Cincinnati events about science, and interdisciplinary research into effective public engagement with science. DONATE NOW PEWS started less than five years ago … Continue reading PEWS Needs Your Support

Meet Meg Corcoran, new PEWS Social Media and Web Coordinator

Meg Corcoran is a third year Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Geology at UC who is excited to share her excitement for public engagement with science this year with the UC Center for Public Engagement with Science (PEWS) community. Her research focuses on using the stable isotope biogeochemistry to understand how climate change will … Continue reading Meet Meg Corcoran, new PEWS Social Media and Web Coordinator

A conversation about climate change in the Chesapeake Bay

Interested in learning more about scientific predictions of climate related changes in the Chesapeake Bay region? The Philosophy of Science Association is hosting a Public Forum co-sponsored by the UC Center for Public Engagement with Science to discuss how scientists model factors related to climate change, including sea level rise, increases in water temperature and … Continue reading A conversation about climate change in the Chesapeake Bay

Miss the interview? Dr. Sarah Richardson discusses The Maternal Imprint

Curious about the maternal-fetal relationship? How does the environment, including the stresses on, the behavior of, and the health of the woman during the gestational period affect the fetus? Are there any long-term effects? How have these effects changed through history? In early September, we hosted Dr. Sarah Richardson, Professor of the History of Science … Continue reading Miss the interview? Dr. Sarah Richardson discusses The Maternal Imprint