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Ada Chats

Dr. Bryan Boulanger, associate professor of civil engineering, gives an overview of the impact of light pollution on human health and the environment, including what ONU faculty and students are doing to help preserve one of the most natural night skies in the world through projects with Yellowstone and Grand Tetons National Parks.

Dr. Garlough and Dr. Carrothers

Dr. Diana Garlough, assistant professor of education and director of the Center for Teacher Education, and Dr. Bob Carrothers, associate professor of sociology and chair of the Department of Psychology, Sociology, and Criminal Justice, discuss their joint project involving the use of multi-ethnic/multi-racial texts to foster classroom discussions to discover and honor diversity in the classroom community in which teachers and students develop cultural understanding with those with whom they do not share frames of reference.

February Ada Chats