BBISS Seminar Series - Graduate Fellows Lightning Talks - 2/23/23

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BBISS Graduate Fellows - Lightning Talks

Oliver Chapman, “Activating Climate Solutions in Georgia,” Ph.D. Student, School of Public Policy

Megan Conville, “Social Sustainability at Stake: Landlords’ Roles in Manufacturing Community,” Ph.D. Student, School of City and Regional Planning

Carlos Fernandez, “Achieving Decentralized, Electrified, and Decarbonized Ammonia Production,” Ph.D. Student, George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering

Olianike Olaomo, “The Sustainable Livelihood Framework to Analyze Gender Participation in the Nigerian Cassava Value Chain,” Ph.D. Student, School of History and Sociology

Sarah Roney, "Using Predator Chemical Cues to Strengthen Georgia's Oyster Reefs," Ph.D. Student, Ocean Science and Engineering Program, School of Biological Sciences

Vishal Sharma, “Sustainability In and Through Information and Communication Technologies,” Ph.D. Student, School of Interactive Computing

February 23, 2023, 3 - 4 PM ET
Hybrid Event - Teams Link
BBISS Offices, 760 Spring Street, Suite 118
Refreshments will be served.

Abstract: The Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems Graduate Fellows Program provides graduate students with enhanced training in sustainability, team science, and leadership in addition to their usual programs of study. In this seminar, the students will give an overview of their research in lightning talk format. Come learn about the important, multidisciplinary sustainability research that is taking place at Georgia Tech.


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  • Created By:Brent Verrill
  • Created:02/16/2023
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  • Modified:02/17/2023