Pressure is high, the atmosphere charged, and children are having fun while learning! Summer Weather Camps are in session! (more…)
Do You Enjoy Nature? Do You Like Photography? Would You Like to Contribute to a Scientific Enterprise?
Introducing . . . . iNaturalist
Have you ever come across an unusual plant or animal and wondered, “What is that?”
Now there’s an app for that!
Restoring Greenways – Connecting Communities
CEES shared an update on its Welcoming Campus Innovator Grant, Restoring Greenways – Connecting Communities at the 2019 Welcoming Campus Conference in April.
Nearly 5,000 Take Part in CEES Outreach Programs!
The 2018/2019 Academic Year has been a busy one for CEES! More than 4900 people participated in Center activities at 13 venues. CEES attended events both large and small – and every size in between – to educate the public on a variety of environmental science and energy-themed topics. (more…)
The 2018/2019 academic year has been a time of transition for CEES. (more…)
Service Learning Volunteers Survey Campus Trees as Part of IUPUI’s Participation in the Tree Campus USA Program.
The Tree Campus USA program was established by the Arbor Day Foundation to encourage colleges and universities to establish and sustain healthy forests as part of their campus communities.
Get Involved in Community Science!
Community Science – also known as Citizen Science – is part of a wider phenomenon – Public Participation in Scientific Research (PPSR) – that includes any organized research activity in which members of the public function as lay-scientists, asking questions, collecting data, and/or interpreting results. (more…)
Rhododendrons Carrying the Fungal Pathogen Causing Sudden Oak Death have been Sold in Indiana.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources issued an alert that Rhododendrons infested with the fungal pathogen that causes Sudden Oak Death were being sold at some Walmart and Rural King stores in Indiana. Sudden Oak Death fungus is an invasive, tree-killing species. (more…)
May 4 is Birding’s Global BIG Day
On Saturday, May 4, people around the world will take part in one of the birding community’s largest Citizen Science events: the Global BIG Day. (more…)
Earth Day Festival at Military Park
The 2019 Earth Day Festival at Military Park will take place on Saturday, April 20 from 11:00AM-4:00PM.
The CEES team will be there (and so will Katie’s critters!) to educate about the role of decomposers in maintaining ecosystem and soil health.