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Theme 5: Mutually beneficial engagement that emphasizes social equity

Holistic approaches that respect communities and consider cultures, the roots of poverty, and intersectional environmental science and justice offer the surest path to sustainable development and long-term resilience. Co-production of future research agendas with our partners is a pervasive goal across most undertakings.

Faculty and staff working on Theme 5

Jared Bowden

Senior Research Scholar

Lucy Bradley

Professor and Extension Specialist Consumer and Community Horticulture

Jean Goodwin

SAS Institute Distinguished Professor of Rhetoric & Technical Communication

Kirsten Paige

Asst Teaching Professor

David Reif

Unpaid Faculty All Ranks

Amy Sawyers-Williams

Manager of Arts Outreach and Engagement

Robert Scheller

Assoc Dean – Natural Resources

Erin Seekamp

Goodnight Distinguished Professor, Director Coastal Resilience and Sustainability Initiative

Kristin Siebenaler

Director, Business Analytics Initiative

Eli Typhina

Assistant Director of the Environmental Sciences Program

Rebecca Ward

Assistant State Climatologist

Jory Weintraub

Director of Science Engagement