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View Resource Delivering Post-Secondary STEM Education on the North Slope, Alaska: Resilience and Adaptation

Prior to the 1960s, the majority of rural students seeking an education moved from their village to regional population hubs to attend boarding schools. Based on western curricula, boarding schools...
View Resource Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center

The Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center (NNMREC) is a partnership between the University of Washington, Oregon State University, and the University of Alaska Fairbanks supported by a...
View Resource Virtual forum on near-roadway air pollution highlights health effects

Air pollution has long been a public health concern, and the spike in pollutants often detected near roadways is receiving closer attention from researchers and policymakers. NIEHS helped broaden...
View Resource Social Science Collaboration with Environmental Health

Social science research has been central in documenting and analyzing community discovery of environmental exposure and consequential processes. Its collaboration with environmental health science...
View Resource Teaching about Climate Change

Quaternary climate change is one of the most complex, yet relevant issues facing researchers and educators today. Not only is the topic scientifically complex, but there are economic, social and...
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