Polar Festivals, Lectures & Community Events
Education and Outreach for the project has involved many presentations to the public which included:
New York City International Polar Weekend March 7-8, 2007 - Talk & Polar Fair - Subglacial Lake Poster
Studying the Gamburtsev Mountains Why Should We Care?
Studying Subglacial Lakes Why Should We Care?
Studying the Surface Temperature of Ice Sheets Why Should We Care?
June 2008 CReSIS Professional Development Workshop Kansas - "The Heat is On" - Visualizing Data
June 2008 CReSIS Professional Development Workshop Ohio - "The Heat is On" - Visualizing Data
August 5, 2008 Liberty Science Center Earth Science Professional Development Workshop - Modeling the Formation of the Gamburtsev Mountains
October 4, 2008 Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Open House - If the Antarctic Ice Sheet Melts what would happen to the Tappan Zee Bridge?
October 9-12 2008, Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) Conference - International Polar Year - Global Change in Our Communities
December 12, 2008 Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Earth2Class Professional Development - Visualizing Data
New York City International Polar Weekend February 7-8, 2009 - Talk & AGAP Poster, Polar Fair
Baltimore, Maryland Polar Weekend Event April 4-5, 2009 - AGAP Poster, Polar Fair
July 2009 UMAS STEM Polar Teacher Workshop - Visualizing Data
Spring 2010 AMNH Polar Fair
Winter 2010 Alpine Middle School - Talk to the Middle School on Polar Research
Fall 2010 Lamont Open House
Winter 2010 AGU Education Talk - Building from IPY
Spring 2011 World Science Festival, New York City - Supercooling, Locating Mountains & Other 'Cool Science'