EngageINFEWS Lightning Talk Videos
In 2022, researchers from around the country assembled to present lightning talks highlighting challenges and lessons learned from stakeholder engagement in Food, Energy and Water Systems (FEWS) projects. Browse the lightning talk library below:
Day 1: 11 May 2022
1. Lessons Learned from Stakeholder Engagement in San Antonio, Texas
2. Transition: Discussion-Daher | Intro-Rissman and Fochesatto
3. Community Perspectives on Just Transitions to Grass-based Agriculture
4. Transition: Discussion Rissman and Fochessatto | Intro-Barron
5. Role of Stakeholder Expectations in Facilitating Stakeholder Engagement
6. Engaging stakeholders in sustainable phosphorus management
7. Findings and Applications of an Audience Analysis for a Water Science Gateway Organization
Day 2: 13 May 2022
1. Graduate Education in Stakeholder Engagement: The INFEWS-ER Virtual Resource Center
2. Transition: Discussion-Marshall and Rodriguez | Intro-Markazi
3. Stakeholder Engagement for Disaster Relief and Resilience: A Transdisciplinary Academia-NGO Collaboration
4. Transition: Discussion-Markazi | Intro Gonzalez Cruz
5. Virtual Transdisciplinary Collaborations in Disaster Relief and Resilience
6. Transition: Discussion-Gonzalez Cruz | Intro: Classen et al.
7. Stakeholder engagement and transdisciplinary team evolution
8. Transition: Discussion Classen et al. | Closing Remarks
Day 3: 18 May 2022
1. FEWSION for Community Resilience
2. Transition: Discussion-Ryan | Intro-Tilt
3. Interactive Adaptation and Collaboration Tool for Managing Water, Energy, and Land
4. Transition: Discussion-Tilt | Intro-Schreiber et al.
5. Co-learning approaches to talking and thinking about pee: community perspectives on urine recycling communication and education
6. Transition: Discussion-Schreiber et al.
In 2021, researchers from around the country assembled to present lightning talks highlighting challenges and lessons learned from stakeholder engagement in Food, Energy and Water Systems (FEWS) projects. Browse the lightning talk library below:
Day 1: 24 Feb. 2021
1. Ben Ruddell-FEWSION supply chain data science
2. Thomas Hertel-INFEWS/T2: Identifying sustainability solutions through global-local-global analysis of the coupled water-agriculture-bioenergy system
3. Bob Barron-INFEWS/T2 FEWtures: Innovation Analysis Framework for Resilient Futures, with Applications to the Central Arkansas River Basin.
4. Adaline Buerck-Lead Mitigation Via An Interdisciplinary Perspective
Day 2: 26 Feb. 2021
1. Seth Tuler & Charles Vorosmarty-Exploring scenarios of climate-induced extremes on the food, energy, water nexus (C-FEWS) and the role of engineered and natural infrastructure
2. Weston M. Eaton-Social science for stakeholder engagement: Methods and lessons from the Water for Agriculture project
3. Gal Hochman-The economics of direct nitrogen reduction technologies
4. Khara Grieger-Important lessons from stakeholder engagement
Day 3: 3 Mar 2021
1. Daniel Cronan-Tools of engagement
2. Leah Jones-Engaging stakeholders for integrated FEW nexus governance: The case of Phoenix, AZ
3. Glorynel Ojeda-Matos-Cross-cultural stakeholder engagement during the COVID-19 Global Pandemic
4. Jamie Trammell-Meeting stakeholders where they are: Engagement strategies from the classroom
5. Jessica Price-Cultivating an engaged stakeholder group: Learning from the Long Island solar roadmap
6. Meghna Babbar-Sebens-InterACTWEL cyberinfrastructure: Enabling stakeholder-driven processes for FEW nexus decision support in local communities
7. Valoree S. Gagnon-Prioritizing land and life in the Great Lakes Region
The EngageINFEWS Research Coordination Network (NSF# 1856059) is a project that brings researchers and stakeholders together to discuss and develop best practices for community engagement in research on food, energy and water systems (INFEWS).
Learn more about EngageINFEWS.