NU-Geopaths 2021 Completed with Hybrid Project Showcase
Evanston; August, 2021:
Northwestern University's inaugural Geopaths program concluded with a project showcase on July 9, 2021.
Project presentations ranged from STEAM projects related to environmental crises, via exploring minerals and methods for harvesting alternative energy, to assembling and deploying an environmental sensors and analyzing their data.
We are grateful to all family, friends, and colleagues who joined the showcase's audience either in person or on Zoom. The pizza was scrumptious and well deserved while the Earth cupcakes baked by multitalented Teaching Assistant Mia Tuccillo were delicious.
NU-Geopaths began on June 21, a week after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted and students were allowed on campus without face masks if vaccinated, and so our program unintentionally became hybrid.
We are proud of the mentees and mentors and encourage you to explore their
Program Leaders and Mentors Submitted Abstract to 2021 Fall Meeting of the AGU
Evanston; July, 2021:
NU-Geopaths program directors, high-school liaisons, program evaluators, and mentors submitted a presentation abstract to the Education section of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) for presentation at the
2021 AGU Fall Meeting.