Kathleen Prudic, PhD

Assistant Professor, Citizen and Data Science

Kathleen Prudic, PhD

Assistant Professor, Citizen and Data Science
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THERESA AND KATY'S TALK

From casual backyard observers to serious outdoor adventurers, citizen or community scientists are shaping our understanding of the natural world and the regional impacts of climate change. Brought to you by the UArizona School of Natural Resources and the Environment.

ABOUT KATY

Kathleen ‘Katy’ Prudic is an entomologist interested in discovering how ecological and evolutionary interactions promote biodiversity and how they can inform conservation decision making.

She is co-director of eButterfly, an online citizen science platform that harnesses the observations of thousands of butterfly enthusiasts across the globe to understand how and when butterflies and other pollinators react to environmental changes.

Her research encompasses precision conservation, human-computer networks, and data science.

Her discoveries have been published in as Science, Proceedings of the National Academy, Proceedings of the Royal Society B and Behavioral Ecology and covered by Associated Press, BBC, CBC, National Geographic and Smithsonian Magazine.

She teaches Sustainable Earth (RNR 150) online and R Programming (RNR 620) for the School of Natural Resources and the Environment at Arizona.

Saturday, March 12, 2022 Speakers Innovators
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Portrait of Katy Prudic

WONDER HOUSE @ SXSW 2022 Talk:

Snap. Share. Save. How you and your smartphone can save plants and animals from extinction.

Saturday, March 12, 1 p.m.

Rooftop Stage