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Events for Monday November 16, 2020

How to Live Healthy in a Chemical World, Princeton Public Library

Monday November 16, 2020
7:00 PM

Dr. Aly Cohen is the author of the newly released guidebook, Non-Toxic: Guide to Living Healthy in a Chemical World, published by Oxford University Press. In this presentation, she will discuss the history and regulation of chemicals in the U.S., a special class of chemicals called endocrine disruptors, the rising incidence of chronic health issues associated with many environmental chemicals ,and proactive approaches to reducing exposure to chemicals in our everyday lives.

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Outcomes for Self-Directed Learners, On-line Presentation, Princeton Learning Cooperative

Monday November 16, 2020
7:30 PM

What outcomes are possible when young people choose Self-Directed Education (SDE) during their teenage years? Many families considering SDE worry if their child will be able to attend college or find a job as they transition to adulthood.

Ken Danford, Executive Director of North Star: Self-Directed Learning for Teens has nearly 25 years of experience supporting teens to direct their own education. In this session, Ken will summarize his research on the outcomes for nearly 600 North Star alumni and share their stories—how their lives improved while attending North Star and what path they followed in subsequent years.

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Discussion, Washington Crossing Audubon Society

Monday November 16, 2020
8:00 PM

Washington Crossing Audubon Society Presents "Impacts of Deer and Invasive plant Species on Forest Understories in New Jersey," an on-line presentation by Jay F. Kelly.  Dr. Jay F. Kelly, Associate Professor of Biology and Environmental Science at Raritan Valley Community College, will discuss his research on the impact of overabundant deer and invasive plant species since the mid-twentieth Century on 250 forests in central-northern NJ and the effectiveness of different tools for forest restoration. The goals of this research are to provide real-world research opportunities for students and to equip local communities with information needed to understand these important issues and what can be done to address them.

This is a free, virtual event. To register, please email contact.wcas@gmail.com to receive a link to Zoom Meeting with access code. Space is limited to the first 100 registrants, and the meeting will begin at 8 PM.

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