The Appalachian Laboratory will host a first-ever “Lab After Hours” event, giving participants an opportunity to engage in hands-on "detective work" with water samples, talk with AL scientists about the "stuff" in water, and see "behind the scenes" of a laboratory in action. Open to the first 20 participants who sign up. Participants must be 18 or older. Tickets are free but required.
Kathy Quattrone is a media programming and business strategist. Her talk is titled "Science Communication Evolves with the Times--In the zone between silence and shouting, scientists have new opportunities to be heard" will provide suggestions for how faculty can enhance their presence.
Dr. Debjani Sihi will present "Mechanistic representation of soil and ecosystem fluxes of greenhouse gases using a model-data fusion approach," as part of the Appalachian Laboratory's Visiting Scholars Seminar Series.