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Feb 15, 2017
Field Notes: Predicting how the pet trade spreads infectious disease

Elizabeth Daut eaches a bandaging clinic in Peru

Field Notes: Predicting how the pet trade spreads infectious disease

Mongabay's Elizabeth Devitt recently profiled the research of SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellow, Elizabeth Daut... Read more...

Nov 28, 2016
Problem Framing and Co-creation

Graeme Nicholas, guest contributor and member of SESYNC's Co-creative Capacity synthesis team.

A Co-creation Challenge: Aligning Research and Policy Processes

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Nov 03, 2016
A Co-creation Challenge: Aligning Research and Policy Processes

Katrin Prager, guest contributor and member of SESYNC's Co-creative Capacity synthesis team.

A Co-creation Challenge: Aligning Research and Policy Processes

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Nov 03, 2016
Should I Trust that Model?

Val Snow, guest contributor and member of SESYNC's Core Modelling Practices synthesis team.

Should I Trust that Model?

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Nov 01, 2016
Could Climate Change Keep Kids Out of School? A Q&A with Environmental Sociologist and Demographer, Heather Randell

SESYNC Postdoctoal Fellow, Heather Randell

Could Climate Change Keep Kids Out of School? A Q&A with Environmental Sociologist and Demographer Heather Randell

BY LISA PALMER

SESYNC FELLOW FOR SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL UNDERSTANDING

Education is seen as a key tool for building... Read more...

Sep 07, 2016
Toxic Breakdown

Toxic Breakdown:

Microbes in a bio-wall may help degrade chemical contaminants into less harmful products, writes SESYNC summer intern

by COLINE BODENREIDER

Imagine this: You’re a journalist looking for your next story when you get hear rumors of... Read more...

Aug 10, 2016
Working Together: Research and Water Governance on Mount Kenya

Working Together: Research and Water Governance on Mount Kenya as seen in National Geographic and on... Read more...

Jul 19, 2016
I2Insights: Ten Communication Tips for Translational Scientists

Sunshine Menezes, member of SESYNC's Translational Ecology pursuit team.

Ten communication tips for translational scientists

By Sunshine Menezes

This blog post originally appeared in the Integration and Implementation Insights blog (http://I2Insights.... Read more...

Jun 10, 2016
SESYNC Welcomes Summer 2016 Interns!

SESYNC Associate Director of Education, Dr. Cindy Wei, University of Maryland graduate student, Alec Armstrong, and the SESYNC 2016 summer interns! Intern Angelica Li not pictured.

by HANNAH GRIMES

Communications Intern

The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis... Read more...

May 31, 2016
SESYNC Welcomes Ian Carroll

Ian Carroll, SESYNC's new Data Science Instructor

Ian Carroll, SESYNC's new Data Science Instructor

by HANNAH GRIMES

Communications Intern

The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) is pleased... Read more...

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