The Earth Institute Postdoctoral Research program is unique in its mission to train a generation of professionals equipped to address some of the world's most urgent problems. The symposium highlights the work of current Postdoctoral Researchers:
• Winslow Hansen, “Global hotspots of forest priming to climate variability”
• James Jones, “Weather, emissions, and outdoor air pollution: Implications of climate change"
• J. Nicolas Hernandez-Aguilera, “Playing to adapt: Gamification impact on smallholder’s access to climate services”
• Kai Kornhuber, “Concurrent heatwaves and simultaneous breadbasket failures”
• Pilar Fernández, “Humans and ticks in urban areas: Human behavior as a coupling process linking ticks and Lyme disease cases”
The Symposium will be presented and moderated by John C. Mutter, Director of Graduate Studies, Sustainable Development Ph.D. program; Director, Earth Institute Postdoctoral Research program; Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences; Professor, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University.
This event will also be available via Livestream: https://livestream.com/EarthInstitute/Fall2019Postdoc