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Thursday, September 22 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Arts & Humanities Track-03: LTER Arts & Humanities Coordination: Best Practices

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Drawing from the previous two workshops on environmental arts-humanities-science practice and research, this work session will focus on LTER-wide collaboration, coordination, and future thinking. Together we will: (a) develop shared priorities for LTER environmental arts-humanities-science programs, (b) discuss a framework for network-wide coordination, (b) identify objectives for collaborative research, and (c) begin to create a unified strategy for network-wide arts and humanities data management. Our hope is to create a working group to collaborate on shared inquiry and evaluation across sites into the future, with the long-term intention of situating the LTER network as a leader in environmental arts-humanities-science collaboration and scholarship.

Speakers
avatar for Mary Beth Leigh

Mary Beth Leigh

Professor of Microbiology, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Mary Beth Leigh is a Professor of Microbiology in the Institute of Arctic Biology and the Department of Biology & Wildlife at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She organizes Alaska-based and LTER-wide efforts to foster collaboration between the environmental sciences, arts, and... Read More →
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Lissy Goralnik

assistant professor, Michigan State University, UAF
art-science integration, informal science learning, sense of place


Thursday September 22, 2022 3:30pm - 5:00pm PDT
10. Oak Shelter