Climate Justice and Environmental Ethics
A continuation of the Campus Convening on Climate held in April 2022, this event will provide an opportunity for researchers from across disciplines to discuss climate change in the context of societal impacts, and to connect with faculty from the social sciences, humanities, and STEM fields. A panel discussion and Q&A with experts in climate justice and environmental ethics will kick off the agenda, followed by an introduction and overview of an open call for Concept Papers for new, collaborative research projects funded by the Office of Research and Innovation, and respective colleges. The afternoon will conclude with open time for networking.
Notes taken during the event can be found by downloading them or viewing them online.
Call for proposals ends Feb. 28, 2023.
The agenda for the afternoon involves three components and their approximate length is shown in parentheses:
- The panel with a brief discussion (60 minutes);
- An introduction and overview of an open call for Concept Papers for new, collaborative research projects in climate justice and environmental ethics funded by the Office of Research and Innovation, and respective colleges (30 minutes)
- Open time for networking (30 minutes).
- Dr. Kristin L. Arola, Associate Professor of Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures and Interim Director of the American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
- Dr. Jennifer Carrera, Assistant Professor Sociology and Environmental Science and Policy Program
- Dr. Amber Pearson, Associate Professor Geography Environment Spatial Sciences
- Dr. Gretel Van Wieren, Professor Religious Studies and Philosophy
Dr. Elizabeth Mack will serve as the respondent for the event along with convening facilitators Dr. Anna Maria Santiago and Dr. Bill Hart-Davidson.
If you have any questions, please contact any of the following people:
Dr. Anna Maria Santiago (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Bill Hart-Davidson (email@example.com)
Dr. Ike Iyioke (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This event is sponsored by the Office of Research and Innovation, the College of Arts & Letters, and the College of Social Science.