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When Paul Nason ’68, M’22 received his undergraduate degree from Merrimack, it was a very different Merrimack than the one he will receive his graduate degree from on May 20.
Lecturer, Communication and Media
Zampell Family Faculty Fellow
My research stands at the intersection of science, health and environmental communication. Because all three interest areas are deeply and materially intertwined, my work aims to help scholars and activists better understand and apply pressure to the tension in societal structures that currently lead to power imbalances and further exploitation of knowledge, people and the more-than-human world. I’m currently wrapped in an ongoing project which explores how scientists communicate with both other scientists and with policy makers about emerging technology (using geoengineering as a case study), as well as a qualitative examination of how artwork can serve as a form of environmental communication, which is funded by the National Geographic Society.