Sunday, October 11 at 3:00 PM – online via Zoom
Sam Wheeler, PhD
Faculty, North Carolina School of Science and Math
Join us via Zoom for the first Journeying Toward Justice online event! Our speaker, Sam Wheeler, PhD has earned BS degrees in Physics and in Science Education, Masters degrees in Applied Mathematics and Biology and a graduate certificate in Radiological Physics. Dr. Wheeler earned an Educational Specialist degree in Science Education, and a PhD in Physics/Science Education. His interest in climate change has led him to travel around the world to see many of the effects first hand. In 2012 Dr. Wheeler received the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship and worked at the US Department of Energy in Washington, DC. Dr. Wheeler currently teaches Physics at the North Carolina School of Science and Math.
In this presentation, Dr. Wheeler will discuss the basic science of climate change, how to spot and steer away from misrepresented data, the evidence of a currently changing climate, solutions, and ways that we can all contribute to solving this problem.
This is event is free and open to the community; pre-registration is required. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org with CLIMATE in the subject line. The Zoom link for this event will be emailed to registered participants several hours in advance.