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Global Disasters: Reasons, Response and Recovery

Students will conduct a life cycle analysis of natural disasters.  Invited experts will discuss meteorologic, hydrologic and geologic factors that cause disasters; explore how societies plan and/or respond to the immediate and long-term physical, social, emotional and spiritual issues associated with survival; and present case studies of response, recovery and reconstruction efforts.

Marine Conservation: Challenges at Sea

Introduction to marine conservation biology emphasizing community outreach at local middle schools. Material focuses on issues in marine conservation and how they are addressed. Lectures cover principles of conservation, biodiversity, extinction risks, genetic tools, fishery by-catch, over-exploitation, habitat degradation, invasive species, climate change, and marine protected areas.

Global Disasters: Reasons, Response and Recovery

Students will conduct a life cycle analysis of natural disasters.  Invited experts will discuss meteorologic, hydrologic and geologic factors that cause disasters; explore how societies plan and/or respond to the immediate and long-term physical, social, emotional and spiritual issues associated with survival; and present case studies of response, recovery and reconstruction efforts.

Global Disasters: Reasons, Response and Recovery

Students will conduct a life cycle analysis of natural disasters.  Invited experts will discuss meteorologic, hydrologic and geologic factors that cause disasters; explore how societies plan and/or respond to the immediate and long-term physical, social, emotional and spiritual issues associated with survival; and present case studies of response, recovery and reconstruction efforts.

Chemistry Outreach: Sharing Chemistry with the Community

This course provides students with the opportunity to share their interest and enthusiasm for science, specifically chemistry, with the general populace residing within the communities surrounding Duke University. The primary focus of the chemistry outreach program is on K-12 level students, however, presentations for tertiary level students and for the general public are also included in the program. This curriculum is designed to prepare students for staging chemistry outreach presentations.