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Sunday, March 29 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Session 6: Poster Session

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Session 6: Poster Session

Changwoo Ahn: "EcoScience + Art initiative: Designing a New Paradigm for College Education, Scholarship, and Service"


Joseph Finkel: "Collaborative Aquatic Soundscapes: Alvin Curran's Maritime Rites


Rhian Stotts, Holly Vins, Amber Wutich, Alexandra Brewis, Melissa Beresford, Alissa Ruth, and Christopher Roberts: "Gendered Perceptions of Present and Future Water Scenarios in the Desert Southwest: Results of the Science of Water Art Project"


Camile Diab and Peter Friederici: "Raising Arizona's Water Consciousness: Organizing an Undergraduate Action Research Team to Address the State's Future Scarcity" 


Bonnie Fraser, Wayne Porter, Gretchen Reinhardt, Suzanne Tveit, and Raul Puente: "Non-partisan Solution to Reducing CO2 in the Atmosphere - Citizens Climate Lobby, Phoenix, AZ"


Elizabeth English: "Amphibious Housing: Adaptive Flood Risk Reduction for Vulnerable Low-Income Populations"


Cecilia Chou: "From Harmony of the Spheres to Acoustic Ecology: Intersections of Music and Science in the Works of David Dunn and Andrea Polli"


Liz Stanislav: "Integrating Art and Music Into Environmental Education"


Charlie Blanco: "Mason Bates: Electronic Composition and Sustainability" 


Mark Huerta: 33 Buckets: Empowering Others to Become Self-Reliant by Improving Access to Clean Water through Sustainable Design, Business Infrastructure, and Education 

Shannon Acevedo, Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Theron Jenkins, Mary Price, and Kimberly Stevenson: "Aquatic Sound Invasion: Weapons of Acoustic Destruction"

Andrea Ivis, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger: "Come On, Hear the Noise! A Study Of Noise Pollution In Our Environment"


Lilian Kong, Ruth Wylie, and Ed Finn: "Collaborative and Immersive Geo-Narratives"

Rachel Mayeri: "The Human Delta" 


Speakers
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Shannon Acevedo

Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Shannon Acevedo, Andrea Ivis, Theron Jenkins, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Mary Price, Kimberly Stevenson, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger, are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, conducting, music theatre/opera, music composition, musicology, and music education.
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Changwoo Ahn

Ahn is currently an Associate Professor in Environmental Science and Policy at George Mason University, and an affiliated faculty member with Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering and Biology. Ahn is a wetland ecosystem ecologist and an ecological engineer. He teaches Wetland Ecology and Management, Ecosystem Modeling and Analysis, Ecological Sustainability, Ecological Engineering and Ecosystem Restoration. Ecological... Read More →
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Amanda Bagley

Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Shannon Acevedo, Andrea Ivis, Theron Jenkins, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Mary Price, Kimberly Stevenson, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, conducting, music theatre/opera, music composition, musicology, and music education.
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Melissa Beresford

Melissa Beresford is a Ph.D. student in Anthropology in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University. She received her M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Chicago and her B.A. in Urban Studies and Planning from the University of California, San Diego. Recently she was a fellow with the Social Science Research Council and an invited scholar at the Center for Advanced Study in Oslo, Norway. ... Read More →
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Charlie Blanco

Trae Blanco is currently a candidate for a DMA wind conducting degree in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. He holds a Master of Music degree in wind conducting from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, as well as a Bachelor of Music Education degree from New Mexico State University. | | While serving as the Director of Bands at Las Cruces High School (NM), the program became well recognized in... Read More →
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Alexandra Brewis

Alexandra Brewis is the Director and President's Professor, School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University. She is the Associate Vice President for Social Sciences in the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development; she is also Distinguished Sustainability Scientist in the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability. Brewis' research is concerned with how culture shapes human biology. Her current research program... Read More →
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Ashley Burrows

Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Shannon Acevedo, Andrea Ivis, Theron Jenkins, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Mary Price, Kimberly Stevenson, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger, are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, conducting, music theatre/opera, music composition, musicology, and music education.
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Cecilia Chou

Cecilia Chou graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University in December 2014 with honors degrees in music performance, global health and a minor in history. During her time as a research apprentice in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change, she worked primarily on the Global Ethnohydrology Study under the direction of graduate student Rhian Stotts, in the lab of Amber Wutich and Alexandra Brewis-Slade. Currently in the process... Read More →
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Camile Diab

Camile Diab is a fourth-year undergraduate studying Environmental Science at Northern Arizona University, and a Peer Teaching Assistant for the first-year seminar course “Understanding Risk.” She is originally from Indiana but has lived in Arizona for the majority of her life. She focuses on converting material from scientific research into ideas and forms readily understandable by the general public. She is also interested in... Read More →
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Elizabeth English

Elizabeth C English. Ph.D., is currently Associate Professor at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture in Cambridge, Ontario. She was formerly Associate Professor - Research at the LSU Hurricane Center and has held Assistant and/or Visiting Professorships at Tulane University, the University of Minnesota, the University of Michigan and Rhode Island School of Design. She holds an AB in Architecture and Urban Planning from Princeton... Read More →
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Joseph Finkel

Joseph Finkel is currently finishing his master’s degree in musicology at Arizona State University. He has recently given papers at regional conferences of the American Musicological Society as well as at international meetings, including Ecomusicologies, where he presented research on John Luther Adams, John Cage and Alvin Curran. Joe has been the recipient of numerous scholarships and awards, including the Joan Frazer Memorial... Read More →
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Ed Finn

Ed Finn is the founding director of the Center for Science and the Imagination at Arizona State University, where he is an assistant professor with a joint appointment in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering and the Department of English. Ed’s research and teaching explore digital narratives, contemporary culture and the intersection of the humanities, arts and sciences. He is the co-editor of Hieroglyph: Stories and Visions for a... Read More →
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Bonnie Fraser

Bonnie Fraser grew up in the mountains of Colorado, and studied history and English at Maryville College, Maryville, Tennessee.  She next did a variety of interesting jobs—from teaching literacy in Liberia, West Africa, and teaching junior high English in Wisconsin, to being a dorm mother at the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, and working in residential centers for juvenile delinquents.  In 1983, Bonnie got a Masters in... Read More →
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Peter Friederici

Peter Friederici writes about connections between humans and nature. He is the author of several books, including Nature’s Restoration: People and Places on the Front Lines of Conservation and The Suburban Wild. His essays have been collected in several anthologies, including The Best American Spiritual Writing. He regularly contributes reportage and essays to periodicals ranging from Audubon and Orion to the High Country News and... Read More →
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Mark Huerta

Mark is an Arizona State Univeristy Master's student in Biomedical Engineering. He is an ideator and creator that is drawn to the development of sutainable solutions that empower others to reach their full-potential. Mark is a co-founder of 33 Buckets, and represented the team as one of 19 Dell Social Innovation Fellows from aroound the world. He also currently works on the management team at ASU's Changemaker Central, where he... Read More →
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Andrea Ivis

Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Shannon Acevedo, Andrea Ivis, Theron Jenkins, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Mary Price, Kimberly Stevenson, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger, are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, conducting, music theatre/opera, music composition, musicology, and music education.
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Theron Jenkins

Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Shannon Acevedo, Andrea Ivis, Theron Jenkins, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Mary Price, Kimberly Stevenson, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger, are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, conducting, music theatre/opera, music composition, musicology, and music education.
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Lilian Kong

Lilian Kong is a Visual Futurist at the Center for Science and the Imagination at Arizona State University. Her work at CSI focuses on the Foresight Initiative (https://foresight.asu.edu/), a project funded by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) that investigates the risk and crisis management challenges associated with climate change. CSI’s role is to explore these challenges through the lens of design fiction. Lilian’s... Read More →
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Siu Yin Lie

Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Shannon Acevedo, Andrea Ivis, Theron Jenkins, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Mary Price, Kimberly Stevenson, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger, are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, conducting, music theatre/opera, music composition, musicology, and music education.
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David Myer

Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Shannon Acevedo, Andrea Ivis, Theron Jenkins, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Mary Price, Kimberly Stevenson, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger, are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, conducting, music theatre/opera, music composition, musicology, and music education.
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Mary Price

Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Shannon Acevedo, Andrea Ivis, Theron Jenkins, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Mary Price, Kimberly Stevenson, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger, are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, conducting, music theatre/opera, music composition, musicology, and music education.
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Raul Puente

Raul Puente-Martinez divides his time at the Desert Botanical Garden as the Curator of Living Collections and as a Research Botanist. He is responsible for curatorial aspects such as plant acquisition, maintaining the database and mapping of the gardens’ Living Collection. His main research interest has been the systematics of the genus Opuntia (pricklypears) in northern Mexico, particularly in the states of San Luis Potosi... Read More →
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Gretchen Reinhardt

Gretchen's nearly 30 years of experience in the field give her faith in the human spirit and its ability to respond to adversity and conflict with creativity.  Her diverse life experiences lead her to notice how different decision-making processes address social, political, cognitive, and physical boundaries that separate and join us. As a life-long Quaker, she has a special interest in corporate spiritual discernment processes, and how they... Read More →
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Christopher Roberts

Christopher Roberts was born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. For the past twelve years he has studied the art, archaeology, and history of the world including (at one point or another): the First Nations Peoples of the Great Plains, The Classical Greeks and Romans, Upper Paleothic-Iron Age Temperate Europe, and Medieval Europe. Currently, he is completing my dissertation on the form, aspect, and definition of Anglo-Saxon identity... Read More →
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Alissa Ruth

Alissa Ruth is the Director of Student and Academic Services for the School of Human Evolution and Social Change.  She oversees undergraduate, graduate and study abroad programs, as well as curriculum development and planning. She received her doctorate degree in sociocultural anthropology with a focus on immigration to the U.S. and undocumented immigrant youth from Arizona State University. Her dissertation research focused on how... Read More →
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Liz Stanislav

Liz Stanislav, MS Ed., MA Ed, a professional environmental education specialist, educational theorist, and leader in the field, founded the educational organization in 2011 in an effort to "design a more compassionate and sustainable world for all species great and small". Stanislav has a MS Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction specializing in Environmental Education, a MA Ed. in Elementary Education, and a BFA. She holds Graduate Certifications... Read More →
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Kimberly Stevenson

Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Shannon Acevedo, Andrea Ivis, Theron Jenkins, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Mary Price, Kimberly Stevenson, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger, are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, conducting, music theatre/opera, music composition, musicology, and music education.
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Alli Villines

Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Shannon Acevedo, Andrea Ivis, Theron Jenkins, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Mary Price, Kimberly Stevenson, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger, are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, conducting, music theatre/opera, music composition, musicology, and music education.
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Ruth Wenger

Amanda Bagley, Charlie Blanco, Ashley Burrows, Shannon Acevedo, Andrea Ivis, Theron Jenkins, Siu Yin Lie, David Myer, Mary Price, Kimberly Stevenson, Alli Villines, and Ruth Wenger, are graduate students at the ASU Herberger Institute of Art and Design School of Music majoring in music performance, conducting, music theatre/opera, music composition, musicology, and music education.
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Amber Wutich

Research interests: Ecological, Economic and Biocultural Anthropology; Water and Food Insecurity; Institutions; Social Networks; Field Methods Geographic areas: Latin America (Bolivia, Paraguay, Mexico), United States (Southwest), China | | Amber Wutich's research examines how inequity and injustice in social systems produce food and water insecurity; she also studies how people cope with resource insecurity--and what happens when they can no... Read More →
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Ruth Wylie

Ruth Wylie is the assistant director of the Center for Science and the Imagination and an assistant research professor in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. Ruth earned her PhD in Human-Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon University in 2011 and her bachelor’s degree at the University of California, Berkeley in Cognitive Science with minors in Computer Science and Education. Ruth concentrates on interdisciplinary, translational... Read More →

Artists
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Rachel Mayeri

Rachel Mayeri is a Los Angeles-based media artist working at the intersection of science and art. Her projects explore topics ranging from the history of special effects to the human animal. Her videos and installations have shown at Sundance, Berlinale, Documenta 13, Ars Electronica, The Getty Museum, and MoMA PS1. She is the recipient of numerous grants, including the Wellcome Trust, Creative Capital, and the California Council for the... Read More →


Sunday March 29, 2015 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Stauffer B 1st floor hallway 950 S. Forest Mall Tempe, AZ 85281

Attendees (13)