The Notre Dame Environmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI) has launched a new website, eci.nd.edu. The website now includes a modern look and enriched content that aims to better assist both ND-ECI’s internal and external communities.
The website offers seven main sections, including an updated ‘Research’ page, which explores ND-ECI research at the project level. Viewers can learn about the 25+ projects occurring within ND-ECI, which address research on land use impacts on water quality, climate change, and species loss. The new project platform offers a dynamic place for researchers to share visuals and publications to increase awareness on environmental challenges.
Our ‘Partners’ section offers a snapshot of the external stakeholders that ND-ECI researchers work simultaneously with, which include dozens of local, state and federal officials as well as foundations, non-profits and corporations around the world. The page also highlights ND-ECI’s collaborations with other Centers and Institutes at Notre Dame.
Under the ‘ND-ECI Services’ page, faculty, postdoctoral researchers, students, and staff can find information pertaining to funding opportunities, education and outreach, and fostering a intellectual community, as well as the variety of administrative services offered by ND-ECI leadership.
“The purpose of our new site is to provide a unified platform for researchers from across disciplines to showcase the innovative environmental research underway at Notre Dame,” said Alex Gumm, ND-ECI Communications & Program Associate. “By better highlighting applicable research, we hope to grow partner collaborations and increase educational programming to enhance our moto: “Science Serving Society.”
Explore these sections and more at eci.nd.edu.
Originally published by Alex Gumm at environmentalchange.nd.edu on June 21, 2016.