The Symposium will feature a number of scientists and experts speaking on the various aspects of climate change. The topics to be covered include the science of climate change, impacts and possible adaptations, and possible solutions.
“We don't build robots,” he explains. “We build the autonomy that goes in the robots and so we're kind of like brain surgeons, really. We put in the computer code. We put in the algorithms that enable the robots to make their own decisions.”
Shardai Pioche came to college knowing she wanted to help improve the health of Native American communities. Now, she’s making good on that desire, using her degrees in Public Health and Psychology to make a positive impact on Native students as a program coordinator in the NativeVision program in Shiprock, New Mexico. “Right now, we teach a health curriculum in school and after school,” Pioche (Public Health and Psychology, ’16) says.
Wonder what it’s like to live on campus? Scott and Owen show off their room in Escalante Hall: a double occupancy room, with community bathrooms in the hallway, game room / lounge, and computer lab. Escalante Hall features both traditional housing and suite-style living.
Over five months, nineteen faculty and staff members received grants for their programs and departments, ranging in size from $885 to $1,285,000.
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