The Spotted Lanternfly are becoming rampant here in the US. Why is this, & where will they thrive & invade next? Our poster delves deeper into these questions.
Students in Dr. Dustin Wheeler’s Science Forward seminar analyzed published datasets for NYC water parameters and tested their own water samples for contaminants. They studied the disparities between federal Maximum Contaminant Levels and the Health-Based Guideline for chlorination byproducts, heavy metals, and other physical/chemical parameters. Their findings shed light on inconsistencies apparent in annual NYC Water Supply & Quality Reports.
Our research gives a glimpse into modern segregation in NYC. We studied two neighborhoods, only 2 miles apart, yet vastly different in terms of demography, wealth, food security, and health.
There is a strong correlation between air quality and lung cancer rates, and air quality
varies geographically. Living in which NYC borough could be the most harmful to your
A brief introduction to the growth of electric vehicles usage in the United States, and the environmental and economical implications that accompany it.
As robotic art experiences rapid improvement, our group has created a short story that expounds on the benefits of human created art and answers the question “what gives art value?”
How does the mode of economic development of a waterfront community affect its treatment and water quality?
“We had a vision of yellow and clean
with red hearts and lackadaisical dreams”
We examine an array of nation-sanctioned violence against minority groups in America through art, with pieces that depict noticeable, violence-induced absences and convey themes of delayed justice.
The Arts in NYC Seminar emphasized that NYC is our classroom! While we have heard this statement so many times, we decided to document our journey exploring this truth.