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Sponsored by the Carl R Woese Institute for Genomic Biology Committee on Diversity (IGB-COD), this roundtable will be an opportunity for the IGB community (and larger campus community) to exchange ideas on how to create a more inclusive, diverse and welcoming culture in STEM fields.
Dr. Naughtons' research concerns the sociopolitical dimensions of biodiversity conservation, with particular emphasis on protected areas, wildlife and land use conflicts in the tropics.
“More Than Just a Good IDEA: Why Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility Make Your Science Stronger” Kendall Powell, Science Journalist and Contributor, Nature Careers. Reception to follow.
Michael Rosbash, PhD Nobel Laureate Peter Gruber Endowed Chair in Neuroscience, Professor of Biology Brandeis University Reception to follow
Dr. Williams' research includes analyzing collaborative governance, applying social-geographic analysis to assess the meaning in natural resource decision making, adapting philosophy and social science methods for application in natural resources, and understanding how people experience and value outdoor recreation and nature contact.
"Light to life: The origin of metabolic catalysis" Paul Falkowski, PhD Rutgers University; Professor, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Dr. Nevilles' research is motivated by normative concerns about social and environmental justice and for ecological integrity and wildness. She wants to better understand the relationships of power that govern our interactions with each other and the natural world. She also seeks to listen and learn about the non-human world from diverse voices and perspectives.
Benjamin Miller, PhD University of Rochester; Professor, Department of Dermatology
Dr. Runkle researches the connections between carbon and water cycles in agricultural and wetland environments. His research also provides the basis for process studies and computer modeling approaches to environmental systems.
Christine Hawkes, PhD North Carolina State University; Professor, Department of Plant and Microbial Biology