Faculty were asked to provide a single-page Snapshot profile that gives a summary description of their research, teaching, and/or outreach activities, and also provides some jumping-off points for collaborations and connections, as well as a picture. You can see the Snapshots, combined into two pdf files, below:
View some of the posters presented by faculty and graduate students below.
Students and Post docs:
Group Brainstorming Discussion Themes
Another purpose of the Global Change Symposium was to encourage discussion about the important research and other themes that are evident when considering the range of work being done at NCSU in interdisciplinary areas related to global change. Some of the topics that emerged during brainstorming group discussions after each of the two poster sessions are summarized here: BrainstormingGlobalChangeThemes.
Table Discussion Notes
During a working lunch, each table at the Symposium was given a set of questions for discussion by the group. The questions were:
- What are the key themes of global change research/teaching/extension that are emerging at NCSU?
- What specific steps could the University take, short of providing money, to enhance the global change community on campus?
- Identify one specific project idea or collaboration that members of your table would be interested to join.
Notes from the individual table discussions are consolidated here: GlobalChangeSymposiumTableNotes.