"Human Evolution and Sustainability: From Homo sapiens to Homo sustinens"
Kieran P. McNulty, PhD, is a professor of anthropology at University of Minnesota whose principal professional interests are in the evolution of apes and humans. He conceived of and directs the REACHE project, a collaborative research network that coordinates field expeditions at all of the early Miocene fossil ape sites in East Africa.
Ross Institute Summer Academy is an annual weeklong conference held in August in East Hampton, NY. Each year, Ross School leadership and faculty come together to engage in professional development and an exchange of ideas with both colleagues and experts in order to improve the Ross School curriculum, education, and experience for students. Summer Academy 2014 examined the Earth’s sustainability crisis with the goal of developing educational materials focused on understanding the complexities of the issues in order to prepare students to find creative solutions in response.
Learn more about Summer Academy 2014: rossinstitute.org/#/SA2014
View all Summer Academy 2014 lectures: vimeopro.com/rossinstitute/summeracademy2014