Partnering for Action: Cultivating Science and Justice
In this presentation, Ramírez-Andreotta will describe participatory research methods to advance exposure science and communication strategies to visualize and translate environmental health research to action. She will present co-generated environmental monitoring and exposure assessment data (e.g., arsenic and heavy metal concentrations in water, soil, locally grown food, dust) from community science projects.
THIS IS A HYBRID SEMINAR: LIVE IN-PERSON & VIA ZOOM:
-IN-PERSON: Field Auditorium (room 1112), Grainger Hall (9 Circuit Dr, Durham). Masks are required.
-ZOOM: Must register for link: https://duke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAuceqtpz8qHd2ymSuqpTjyQ9iwZvySLN3M
-Both attendance options are free and open to all.