Science Talk: Research for all / ¡Ciencia para todos! Aprendamos sobre ciencia ciudadana

Join us for a Virtual Science Talk on the Role of the Community in Research Generation!

On February 21st at 4:00 pm (CST), we invite you to participate in a virtual Science Talk where we will explore the fundamental role of the community in research generation in the Mexico-US border region.

What is citizen participation? How can the community participate in scientific research on water and the environment in the border region?

A panel of experts from Mexico and the United States will provide you with information and concrete examples about this innovative way of doing science.

Meet our speakers:

  • Kelly Albus: Researcher at Texas A&M -TWRI and Meadows Center for Water and Environment fellow.
  • Erick Velázquez: M.Sc. in Natural Resources Economics and PhD student at the University of Bonn.
  • Alma Huerta: PhD in Sustainability Science at the Institute of Geology, UNAM.
  • Jesús Manuel Ochoa: Water Management Researcher at INIFAP.

Are you interested in science, water, the border, and citizen participation? This Science Talk is for you!

Reserve your spot on Zoom and add it to your calendar here.

Don’t miss it!

Additional information:

  • The Science Talk will be held in Spanish and English with simultaneous translation.
  • The event is free and open to the public.
  • We encourage you to share this invitation with your friends and colleagues.

We hope to see you there!




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