Students from Angie Carter’s Communities and Research class (SS4700) presented their semester research project at the Social Sciences Brown Bag. The project looked at food access in Houghton, Hancock, and Michigan Tech. An article on the presentation was featured in the Daily Mining Gazette.
Erin PischkeBarry Solomon (Professor Emeritus) , and Adam Wellstead Alberto AcevedoAmarella EastmondFernando De Oliveira, Suani CoelhoOswaldo Lucon ow do we measure the national and subnational policy output of existing renewable energy policies in order to assess how they broadly address climate change?
Laura Walikainen Rouleau was quoted in the article The Glamorous, Sexist History of the Women’s Restroom Lounge in The Atlantic’s CityLab.
Don Lafreniere and Brad Barnett presented a talk titled Geographic Information Systems (GIS): Essential Infrastructure for Economic Development at the Keweenaw Economic Development Alliance (KEDA) monthly breakfast meeting on November 7. KEDA Member Meeting breakfasts are offered monthly with different topics and presenters each month. More information about the presentation can be found at the Keweenaw Report.
Social Sciences alumni, Amy Storer is featured in The Daily Mining Gazette story, More Than Tech: Homeland Security analyst says MTU offers options. Storer recently participated in The Five Under 35 at MTU where young alumni are invited back to campus and speak about their experiences at MTU and their careers.
Richelle Winkler (SS) was quoted in the story “Deer hunter decline could cause issues for DNR funding,” on WLUC TV6.
Richelle Winkler was quoted in the story “Michigan hunting in major decline,” originally published by the Detroit Free Press. The story was reprinted by media outlets throughout the country including the Grand Haven Tribune, and WZZM.
Richelle Winkler (PI) and Erin Burkett’s (EEP PhD student) research on female participating in fishing on the Upper Great Lakes was highlighted on NPR’s Morning Edition.
Professor Emerita Mary Durfee (SS) and Jameson Doig, professor emeritus at Princeton, published “Cross-border Hostilities and Regional Planning in the United States and Canada: What Role for Expertise, Insulated from the ‘Hurry and Strife of Politics?'” in the Journal of Planning History, April 2018.
Adam Wellstead (SS) was an invited speaker at the Pipeline Safety Trust conference in New Orleans (Oct. 18-19). His presentation provided an overview of the recent Independent Risk Analysis for the Straits Pipeline effort that was led by Michigan Tech.