Co-hosted by Co-Founding Dean for Research, Dr. Maureen Raymo, and World Cup winning member of the US Women's National Team, Samantha Mewis, this workshop will feature short talks from Columbia researchers, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A.
A light reception in the Monell Lobby will follow.
Jessica Murfree, Ph.D., Texas A&M University, “Sport Ecology: Can Sport be an Effective Tool to Discuss Climate Change?”
James Noble, M.D., Columbia University Irving Medical Center, “Sports-related Concussion & Climate: Does “concussion weirding” follow global weirding?”
Casey Ivanovich, Columbia University School of Arts & Sciences, “Understanding the Development of Extreme Humid Heat.”
Elan Goldwaser, D.O., Columbia University Irving Medical Center, “How is Climate Change Impacting Athletes?”
Stephen Lewandowski, Ph.D., Uniformed Services University, “Understanding Heat Stress: Athletic Performance, Physiology, and Interventions.”
Kristina Douglas, Ph.D., Columbia Climate School
Dan Zarrilli, P.E., Columbia Climate School
Leo Matteo Bachinger, Ph.D., NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
Andrea Nevil, CBS Sports
Columbia University Students: Jinming He, Hailey Basiouny, & Sophie Harrington
Please note that all guests to campus are required to comply with Columbia University's Health and Safety Policy for visitors, which includesmandatory primary COVID-19 vaccination for all eligible individuals. Guests should be prepared to provide proof of vaccination if asked.
A Zoom link will be sent to virtual attendees approximately 24 hours prior to the event.