Making Fieldwork Safer For At-risk Students
Learn practical strategies for making fieldwork safer for at-risk students during a March 2 webinar with Monique Pipkin and Amelia-Juliette Demery, Ph.D. candidates with Cornell University's Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
Monique and Amelia-Juliette published their fieldwork strategies for students, supervisors and institutions in last month's edition of Nature Ecology & Evolution. They'll be interviewed by Dean Maureen MacDonald, Acting Associate Dean of Research & External Relations Juliet Daniel, McMaster Science Society President Nicole Wong and Science Graduate Students Association President Rhea Desai.
In November, Bala Chaudhary from DePaul University and Asmeret Asefaw Berhe from the University of California, Merced discussed their 10 Simple Rules for Building an Antiracist Lab during the Faculty of Science's inaugural equity, diversity, inclusion and antiracism webinar.
The March 2 webinar on safe fieldwork strategies is open to all students, faculty and staff and everyone who shares the Faculty of Science's commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion.