11 External Engagements: Campus Research that Matters: Making a Difference in Campus Sustainability Efforts

Values are estimated: 
1
Total: 
11
Male: 
3
Female: 
8
Undeclared: 
0
Under-represented Minority: 
1
Total: 
0
Students - Total: 
0
Teachers - Total: 
0
Male: 
0
Students - Male: 
0
Teachers - Male: 
0
Teachers - Female: 
0
Female: 
0
Students - Female: 
0
Students - Undeclared: 
0
Undeclared: 
0
Students - Total: 
5
Students - Total: 
0
Teachers - Undeclared: 
0
Students - Male: 
1
Students - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Teachers - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Students - Male: 
0
Under-represented Minority: 
0
Students - Female: 
4
Students Reached Directly - Total: 
0
Faculty - Total: 
0
Students - Female: 
0
Faculty - Male: 
0
Students - Undeclared: 
0
Students - Undeclared: 
0
Students Reached Directly - Male: 
0
Students - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Students - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Faculty - Female: 
0
Students Reached Directly - Female: 
0
Faculty - Total: 
6
Students Reached Directly - Undeclared: 
0
Faculty - Undeclared: 
0
Faculty - Total: 
0
Faculty - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Faculty - Male: 
0
Students Reached Directly - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Faculty - Male: 
2
Students Reached via Teach. Training - Total: 
0
Faculty - Female: 
4
Faculty - Female: 
0
Faculty - Undeclared: 
0
Faculty - Undeclared: 
0
Students Reached via Teach. Training - Male: 
0
Faculty - Under-represented Minority: 
1
Students Reached via Teach. Training - Female: 
0
Faculty - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Students Reached via Teach. Training - Undeclared: 
0
Students Reached via Teach. Training - Under-represented Minority: 
0

Campus Research that Matters: Making a Difference in Campus Sustainability Efforts

Event Type (OLD DATA): 
External Engagement
Event Type: 
Conference
URL: 
Will this event be attended by non-EPSCoR participants: 
Yes

Abstract: "Planning for more sustainable and resilient campuses is an interdisciplinary endeavor that involves a great deal of social and cultural change, and social science research has a great deal to offer such efforts. Engaging students, staff, and faculty using participatory action research approaches can facilitate the acquisition of important knowledge useful for decision-making, and also give students and others a chance to engage with sociology and understand its applicability and utility.

The impact of social and engineering research on water management decisions in Utah, USA

Non-EPSCoR Presenters: 
24 attendants outside of iUTAH
Date: 
Wed, 2017/06/21
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM)

The presentation detailed research projects conducted as part of iUTAH's RFA2 that involved research partners external to iUTAH. It focused on the impacts that the research had on the researchers and involved partners.

Comparing scientist and research partner satisfaction in transdisciplinary research”

Date: 
Tue, 2017/06/20
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM)

Haeffner, M, C Flint, K Dean “Comparing scientist and research partner satisfaction in transdisciplinary research” International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM) Chair and presentation. Umea, Sweden June 19-22, 2017.

Working with public utilities to promote data-driven water sustainability in the Wasatch Front, Utah

Date: 
Thu, 2017/06/22
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
Association of Environmental Studies and Science (AESS). Tucson, Arizona June 21-25, 2017.

Haeffner, M, D Jackson-Smith "Working with public utilities to promote data-driven water sustainability in the Wasatch Front, Utah" Association of Environmental Studies and Science (AESS). Tucson, Arizona June 21-25, 2017.

Soaking Up Science: Students, Educators, And Scientists Conduct Utah Water Research

Utah Public Radio report (on radio and written) about iUTAH summer institute, published July 18, 2016

http://upr.org/post/soaking-science-students-educators-and-scientists-co...

Examination of Salt Lake City’s Red Butte Creek is part of $20 million water project

Salt Lake Tribune Article published July 21, 2015 about the Red Butte Creek synoptic all-hands survey

http://www.sltrib.com/home/2750563-155/examination-of-salt-lake-citys-red

From soil to surface water: using organic matter fluorescence and other tracers to identify catchment controls on stream water chemistry

Date: 
Mon, 2015/10/26
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
University of Vermont, Department of Geology, Seminar Series

Presentation of organic matter dynamics from Boulder Creek, Colorado and from iUTAH watersheds.

Persistent Urban Impacts on Surface Water Quality in the Wasatch Front

Date: 
Tue, 2016/11/15
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
Salt Lake County Watershed Symposium

Presentation of the results from all the synoptic studies of Red Butte Creek

Relationships between microbial activity, nutrients, and organic matter chemistry in urban-impacted rivers

Non-EPSCoR Presenters: 
Rose Smith
Jennifer Shah
Date: 
Mon, 2017/04/03
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
2017 American Chemical Society Spring Meeting

Presentation on organic matter chemistry and correlations with microbe dynamics in Red Butte Creek and the Jordan River.

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