Learn geology at the Northside Farmer’s Market

The Department of Geosciences at University of Cincinnati is excited to announce a new outreach program, Science Harvest, in partnership with the Northside Farmer’s Market in Cincinnati. Graduate students from the department will bring hands-on activities to share their expertise and have conversations with people of all ages who visit the market. Topics will include … Continue reading Learn geology at the Northside Farmer’s Market

Introducing 2022-2023 PEWS Interns and Sustainability Fellows

PEWS is excited to introduce four new interns and Sustainability Fellows for the academic year 2022-2023. With the support of UC Research2030, PEWS has named Dylan Carter (Anthropology) and Ahmad Khan (Civil Engineering) as Sustainability Fellows, and Collin Lucken (Philosophy, Engineering) as Video & Media Coordinator and Sarah Yaser (Neuroscience) as Web & Social Media Coordinator. … Continue reading Introducing 2022-2023 PEWS Interns and Sustainability Fellows

UC Medical Sciences Student Finds Science Communication

My journey with science communication began in my junior year pursuing an undergraduate degree in Medical Sciences. I was applying for the Goldwater Scholarship after an impactful experience studying endometriosis in Dr. Katherine Burns’s lab. The Goldwater application process required me to envision myself as a future scientist, a career path I hadn’t fully considered … Continue reading UC Medical Sciences Student Finds Science Communication

Conservation Changemakers Speaker Series 

Please join our community partner Cincinnati Nature Center for a series of online talks: Conservation Changemakers. These compelling speakers are changing the conversation about our environment, making an impact in their communities, and thinking about how to make nature more accessible and equitable for all.  Events will occur on Zoom; preregistration is required to access … Continue reading Conservation Changemakers Speaker Series 

Sustainability in Action

I began grad school for Community Psychology after being in the workforce for many years. Drawn back to school by my interest in the factors that lead to healthy communities and to the wellbeing of individuals, I recognized sustainability as a crucial component to the health and longevity of any place. My previous work involved … Continue reading Sustainability in Action

Research to Action Panel Discussion – September 15

On Thursday, September 15, join UC's Center for Public Engagement with Science for a panel discussion about how research from a range of disciplines can lead to community change, policy, and other tangible outcomes.

Cross-Pollination and Collaborative Engagement

My interests have always lain at the intersection of people, nature, and aesthetics. The better we understand people, the better we can design ways of relating that nourish us—and our planet—by building connection and belonging in communities that transcend cultural and species boundaries. With these goals in mind, my interest has gravitated to an applied … Continue reading Cross-Pollination and Collaborative Engagement