Environmental Health & Justice
Community-Based Approaches to Environmental Health and Justice
Liz Shapiro-Garza and Catherine Kastleman
Please join us as we spotlight faculty from across campus who collaborate with people beyond the academy in their scholarly endeavors. In this informal lunch discussion, we welcome Liz Shapiro-Garza (Associate Professor of the Practice of Environmental Policy and Management) and Catherine Kastleman (Program Coordinator, Superfund Research Center. Co-sponsored by the Duke Office of Civic Engagement, Duke Service-Learning, the Forum for Scholars and Publics, and the Duke Faculty Write Program. This series is part of the Engaged Scholar Network initiative.
Light lunch served. Free and open to the public. Part of the Engaged Scholarship Lunch Series.
Elizabeth Shapiro-Garza is an Associate Professor of the Practice of Environmental Policy and Management at the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University and serves as the Director for Community Engagement for the Duke University Superfund Research Center and the Director of the Certificate in Community-Based Environmental Management. She…...Read More
Catherine Kastleman joined the Duke University Superfund Research Center in June 2016 as the Program Coordinator for Research Translation, Outreach, and Engagement. At the SRC, Catherine focuses on community engagement and translating research related to early-life exposures to toxins that have impacts in later life. Catherine earned her Master’s degree in…...Read More