RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P)-Center for Advanced Urbanism-MIT Resilient Communities Lab (RCL), to join a team working on sustainable solutions for climate change adaptation that integrates traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) and STEAM as part of a collaboration with Native Land Conservancy, the North American Indian Center of Boston, and GreenRoots.
This position will also work closely with MIT Sea Grant through our funded project, Sustainable Solutions for Climate Adaptation and Resilience: Weaving Traditional Ecological Knowledge and STEAM.
The goal is to build a collaborative network between academic, community, and policy groups across Massachusetts to mainstream TEK-STEAM knowledge in identifying critical regional socio-ecological systems that must be addressed in order to improve equitable sustainability and adaptation outcomes for Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. >>Read more.
Prudence Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
MIT Norman B. Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism