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Nature Photos Become Science Data

Your Foray into Nature Photography Helps Build Biodiversity Data Sets 

 

Have you ever come across an unusual plant or animal and wondered, "What is that?"  

Now there's an app for that!

 

Welcoming Campus Trail

Restoring Greenways – Connecting Communities

 

Outreach Highlights

Nearly 5000 Take Part in CEES Outreach Programs! 

 

The 2018/2019 Academic Year has been a busy one for CEES!  More than 4900 people participated in Center activities at 13 venues.  CEES attended events both large and small - and every size in between - to educate the public on a variety of environmental science and energy-themed topics. 

Transitions

Transitions

 

The 2018/2019 academic year has been a time of transition for CEES.  The Center bid farewell to its Education Specialist, Sam Ansaldi, who left the Center to pursue other opportunities.  Sam is now the Director of Education at ITEC, an organization focused on STEM programming.  (Congratulations Sam!) 

Campus Trees Surveyed

Service Learning Volunteers Survey Campus Trees as Part of IUPUI's Participation in the Tree Campus USA Program

 

More than 3000 trees are currently catalogued in the IUPUI campus tree inventory.

Public Participation in Scientific Research

Get Involved in Citizen Science!

 

Citizen Science is part of a wider phenomenon - Public Participation in Scientific Research (PPSR) - that includes any organized research activity in which members of the public function as lay-scientists, asking questions, collecting data, and/or interpreting results.

Sudden Oak Death

Rhododendrons Carrying the Fungal Pathogen Causing Sudden Oak Death have been Sold in Indiana

 

2019 Global Big Day for Birding

May 4 is Birding's Global BIG Day

Ruby-crowned Kinglet (female). Photograph by VR Schmalhofer.

Earth Day 2019

Earth Day Festival at Military Park

 

The 2019 Earth Day Festival at Military Park will take place on Saturday, April 20 from 11:00AM-4:00PM.

The CEES team will be there (and so will Katie's critters!) to educate about the role of decomposers in maintaining ecosystem and soil health.

 

 

Project 7 Cancellation

Service Learning Project 7 Cancelled Due to weather

 

Project 7 has been cancelled for Friday, April 12, due to inclement weather conditions.

 

The project has been rescheduled to Saturday, April 13 (Holliday Park, 9:30AM-1:00PM).

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