Article: New Modeling Approach Builds Bridge Across Disciplines to Transform S-E Research
In this interview, Dr. Elizabeth Borer explains how an innovative modeling approach developed by her SESYNC project team helped to bridge the divide between ecosystem ecology and disease ecology and further their research.
Research: Flood Risk Behavior is Driven by Local Water Conditions, but Shaped by Race
'Some cities just live with risk' as flooding increases.
For release: March 23, 2021
Article: Socio-Hydrology: What Is It?
This brief explainer article goes over the basics of the topic of socio-hydrology, including:
Article: Taking Collaboration to the Next Level: An Interview with Rebecca Freeth
In this interview, Dr. Rebecca Freeth explains the importance of prioritizing collaboration among research teams and outlines key learning strategies to leverage collaboration as a tool to advance project goals.
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Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 4: Knowledge Integration Strategies
In the final video of this four-part series, Dr. Deana Pennington discusses strategies for integrating knowledge and ways to test these strategies.
Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 3: Mental Models
In the third video of this four-part series, Dr. Deana Pennington explains the concept of mental models and their role in interdisciplinary collaboration.
Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 2: Vocabulary
In the second video of this four-part series, Dr. Deana Pennington introduces some standard vocabulary used by people who study interdisciplinary research teams.
Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 1: Introduction to Collaboration Across Disciplines
In the first video of this four-part series, Dr. Deana Pennington introduces knowledge integration across disciplines by first reviewing some empirical data collected about interdisciplinary research teams and then explaining how to think of interdisciplinary teams as cognitive systems.
Situating Justice and Sustainability: Connections, Convergence and Confounding
Virtual seminar presented by Dr. Julie Sze, University of California, Davis