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University of Kansas grad students attend workshop in Alaska

Back row left to right: Dan Wildcat, Jay Johnson, Natalie Parker, Lindsey Witthaus, Laci Gerhart, Michael Dunaway, Adam Sundberg, Hannah Owens, Brian Rumsey and Brandon Bandy. Front row left to right: Anna Kern, Alexis Reed, Jodi Gentry, Joane Nagel, Linda Williams, Victoria Walsey and Ma’ko...

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A Great Bend High School Alum, Alexis Reed, along with 17 other students and faculty from four National Science Foundation Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship programs recently met in Juneau, Ak., for a workshop titled Understanding Rapid Environmental and Social Change in the Arctic: Bridging Traditional Knowledge and Interdisciplinary Science Across IGERTs.
The four IGERT programs were Climate Change, Humans and Nature in the Global Environment, University of Kansas and Haskell Indian Nations University; Resilience and Adaptation Program, University of Alaska-Fairbanks; Marine Ecosystem Sustainability in the Arctic and Subarctic, University of Alaska-Fairbanks; and Polar Environmental Change, Dartmouth College.
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