NC Space Grant will host the virtual NC Space Symposium on April 16th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. NASA astronaut Zena Cardman, an alumna of the NC Space Grant program, will deliver the keynote address — and registration is free.
The trail will physically mark sites across the state that are critical to the Civil Rights Movement in North Carolina.
“From epidemiologists to biologists, authorities are confident in the safety of the seafood supply and, what’s more, health experts cite seafood’s role in supporting a healthy immune system,” says Lisa Weddig, vice president for regulatory and technical affairs at the National Fisheries Institute.
On February 28th, People of Scientific and Equitable Achievement — a student-directed initiative in support of inclusion, diversity, and equity in the sciences — will hold a free online discussion of personal journeys to becoming marine and environmental scientists.
Research suggests that no amount of data alone will easily convince anyone to leave home — and this has important implications for “managed retreat” and risk communication.