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Friends Annual Mary Pitcairn Keating Lecture "Places, Public Life and Environment"

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In the Synagogue and Online, American Congregations Respond to COVID-19, Julie Hannah Levey, UG '24 (D94B6FBD)

Since the founding of the first Jewish congregation in North America in 1654, American synagogues have evolved substantially, often in parallel with changes occurring across the country. When the…

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Bradford Seminar "Beyond carbon in nature-based climate solutions: documenting tropical forest biodiversity loss and recovery using sounds"

Zuzana Burivalova, assistant professor at the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies & department of forest & wildlife ecology at the University of Wisconsin Burivalova looks for ways to…

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Urban Greenery and Air Temperature Study

Tracy Twine and Stefan Liess (University of Minnesota) share findings of an INFEWS study on urban greenery and air temperature.

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2023 Anthony B. Evnin Lecture: "Conservation Photography: Stories from the Field"

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Trenton's Stacy Park - From Urban Renewal to Community Reinvestment; Austin J. Edwards, Esq., GS (4088143)

Once a beautiful green park space connecting Trenton residents to the Delaware River, former Stacy Park became a six-lane highway during the 1960’s period of “urban renewal” even…

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The Romantic Myth of the U.S. National Parks as Constructed by Frank Jay Haynes and John Muir, Taylor G. Branch, UG '23 (2263948)

Imagine “wilderness”. Does it evoke tropical jungles? Arid deserts? Thick deciduous forests? The concreteness of these images contradicts the fact that, historically and culturally,…

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Spot the Difference: Using Camera Traps and Coat Patterns to Identify Individual African Civets (Civettictis civetta) and Analyze Image ID Algorithm Accuracy, Catherine Keim, UG '23 (2264666)

Because mesocarnivores (carnivores at intermediate trophic levels) are generally solitary, elusive, and nocturnal, they are very difficult to research. One technology that can remedy this is the…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Charles Nunn

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Charles Nunn “Network Epidemiology of Human Infectious Diseases in Rural Madagascar (and Beyond)”

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Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment: "Predatory Development And Climate Change"

ackson and Knittle will discuss how Black urban communities and communities in poverty are fighting the triple threat of gentrification, unemployment and climate change through local movements that…

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Mukurtu, the Spalding-Allen Collection, and the Plateau Peoples’ Web Portal

This illustrated presentation will describe the origins and development of the Mukurtu platform, an open source platform built with Indigenous communities to manage and share digital cultural…

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Princeton Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment- A conversation with Mitchell. J. Silver October 14 2020

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Community Action 2020: Trenton-Princeton Tour

Explore the Trenton and Princeton, NJ communities with David Brown, assistant director at the John H. Pace, Jr. '39 Center for Civic Engagement at Princeton University.

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Rivers R Us: Reviving Rivers, Reinventing Cities

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