This webinar is the first of the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center's Fall Skills-building Webinar Series on Social Science Tools for Making Science Actionable. This series is designed to provide introductions to important social science issues and considerations and describe resources for further learning.
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR:
This webinar will introduce participants to ethical and research design considerations in collaborative research projects, including the links between ethics and design. It discusses ways in which to consider the needs of stakeholders for both usable research outputs and fair and equitable participation in the research process.
Alison M. Meadow | Research Scientist, University of Arizona - Institute of the Environment
Dr. Meadow has a background in Environmental Anthropology. Her research focuses on the process of linking scientists with decision makers to improve the usability of climate science. She also works on several interdisciplinary teams focused on helping natural resource, cultural resource, and emergency managers.