Oklahoma middle schoolers’ work lifts off into outer space

CPN member Addison Taylor & science partner Mayzie Burke won the chance to send their experiment to the International Space Station. They advanced to the finals competition in their age group. After presenting for the last time on Dec. 6, 2019, they found out they won in Jan. 2020.

Greemore descendant studies arctic sea ice as global warming intensifies

Based on current climate models, CPN member and geophysics student Jacob Pratt estimates the arctic will see ice-free summers by 2035 due to rising global temperatures. With advances in remote sensing data, he is working on new methods to identify bottomfast sea ice.

Dockry moves from the forest to the classroom

After nearly 20 years with the U.S. Forest Service, CPN member Michael Dockry accepted his current position as assistant professor in the Forest Resources Department at the University of Minnesota.

Potawatomi heritage fuels Kate Anderson’s calling

Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Public Relations Director Kate Anderson relies on her ancestral, Citizen Potawatomi Nation traditions to educate the public on the Agua Caliente people past and present.