Explore the myriad types of research being conducted by graduate students in the Nelson Institute and enjoy presentations on a wide range of topics.
(There are three videos in this playlist; they will automatically play one after another, or you can use the player controls to skip ahead to individual videos. If viewing on a mobile device and casting to a TV, you may have better results viewing the videos directly in YouTube.)
Colleen Henegan, MS student, Environment and Resources, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, UW-Madison; “But Those are Real bugs! Perceptions of Farmed Edible Insects Among Sellers, Consumers, and Non-Consumers in Lusaka, Zambia”
Hugh Roland, PhD student, Environment and Resources, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, UW-Madison; Conceptualizing and measuring flood-related vulnerability in the Peruvian Amazon
Water Resources Management Cohort 2020, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, UW-Madison; A Blueprint for Salt Sustainability of UW-Madison’s Campus