In March, PEWS organized a day-long visit to the University of Cincinnati for 5th grade students attending Clifton Area Neighborhood School, so the students could get a taste for what college in general, and UC in particular, have to offer. Clifton Area Neighborhood School, or CANS, is an elementary school run by Cincinnati Public Schools, … Continue reading 5th Graders Visit UC
I am pursuing a PhD in the Department of Geosciences at the University of Cincinnati with an emphasis on climate change. As I begin my fourth and final year at UC, I have started to reflect on my past experiences here, not only my research and studies but also the interdisciplinary work I have been … Continue reading Career Goals in Science and Climate Change Outreach
This week, we want to highlight the work of one of the Center's affiliates, Dr. Nate Morehouse. Research Dr. Morehouse leads a lab that studies insects and spiders. He has a special interest in how they see the world, and how their vision influences the choices they make. He was drawn to the University of Cincinnati … Continue reading Affiliate Spotlight: Dr. Nate Morehouse
Screenshot of the final meeting of the PEWS 2020 course, which met online for the last part of the semester The final meeting for the Public Engagement with Science graduate course just wrapped up. Students from MA and PhD programs in Anthropology, Biology, Geology, Philosophy, Professional Writing, and Sociology explored the theory and practice of … Continue reading Public Engagement with Science Graduate Course Concludes
Center Affiliate Nate Morehouse, Associate Professor in Biological Sciences, will lead an overnight Advanced Naturalist Workshop with the Cincinnati Museum Center, September 13-14. The focus will be spider behavior, a focus of the Morehouse lab. Find out more about the series here (link).