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Symposium showcases environmental resilience work

  • A collage of photos illustrating environmental issues
    Jonathan Hines

The IU Environmental Resilience Institute’s 2022 Research Symposium will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 11, in the Tree Suites of the Indiana Memorial Union.

The event, featuring presentations from more than 20 IU faculty and students, will showcase the work of IU’s environmental resilience community. Topics include the natural sciences, human systems, environmental policy and education. The symposium will also include a poster session featuring student research.

Light refreshments will be served. With seating limited, attendees are encouraged to register in advance.

Tom Kenote, director of the College of Menominee Nation’s Sustainable Development Institute, is the keynote speaker; he will speak about the Menominee Theoretical Model of Sustainability. The Environmental Resilience Institute and the College of Menominee Nation are both founding members of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center.

More information about presenters and discussion topics is available through the ERI Research Symposium event page.