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EPA Tribal Science Webinar Series Kick-off: Research, Traditional Knowledge and Community Health

Date and Time

Tuesday 10/13/2015 7:00PM to 8:30PM EDT
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Online Webinar


The U.S. EPA Sustainable and Healthy Communities Seminar Series presents the Tribal Science Webinar Series Kickoff. The Tribal Science Webinar Series is co-hosted by the National Center for Environmental Research (NCER) and the Office of Science Policy. The monthly webinar series will develop a forum for discussion of the complex environmental issues facing many tribal and indigenous communities, by featuring a wide variety of expert guest speakers, from government, academic institutions and other organizations.

Discussions on Research, Traditional Knowledge and Community Health

Featured Speaker

Clint Carroll, Ph.D Clint Carroll, Ph.D
University of Colorado, Boulder

Dr. Clint Carroll is an Assistant Professor in the Ethnic Studies Department of University of Colorado, Boulder. He is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and his research explores the intersection of indigenous governance and indigenous environmental perspectives in settler state contexts. He studies the ability of indigenous nations to assert sovereignty over their lands and the extent to which this enables the perpetuation of unique ecological knowledges and practices. As a graduate student, he was awarded the EPA Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowship, and his work is featured in a recent EPA report, “A Decade of Tribal Environmental Health Research” (PDF)(60 pp,6.18 MB, About PDF). He received his Ph.D. in Environmental Science, Policy and Management from the University of California, Berkeley and a B.A. in Anthropology (Summa cum laude) from the University of Arizona, Tucson.

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