STEM Café: Climate Change in Our Backyards

We’re living in a time of environmental and social unrest. Climate change affects everything including crop production, extreme weather events, food prices, jobs and real estate. Join NIU experts in climate change and sustainability to learn how climate change will affect DeKalb and surrounding communities — and how we can draw on our history of agricultural innovation to respond to the challenges of today and tomorrow

With Allison Michaelis, Ph.D., NIU assistant professor, Department of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment; Courtney Gallaher, Ph.D., NIU associate professor, Department of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment; and Alex Haberlie, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment.

In partnership with the City of DeKalb Citizens’ Environmental Commission.

Dial-In Information

Registration is required for this free online event.
Register and learn more at go.niu.edu/climatechange.

Wednesday, September 21 at 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Virtual Event
Event Type

Community Events

Target Audience

Faculty and Staff, Alumni, General Public

Website

https://go.niu.edu/stemcafe

Cost

Free. Registration required.

Group
NIU STEAM
Department
Center for P-20 Engagement, Earth, Atmosphere and Environment, Outreach, Engagement and Regional Development
Contact Name

Judith Dymond

Contact Email or Phone

jdymond@niu.edu

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