Guest Speaker: Katee Wendt

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Lake Fellowship is proud to welcome back one of its own, Katee Wendt, for a program related to her field of study.

Katee Wendt, the daughter of long-time LFUU members Tim and Karen, was recently involved in a short documentary called The Science of Climate Change. The project was funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Center and is part of a new curriculum on climate change that will be disseminated to high school educators across the country. A main goal of the filmmakers was to showcase climate scientists who represent a diversity of races, genders, and ages. In the film, Katee talks about her research as an ice core scientist. During our LFUU program we will watch the 16 min film followed by Q&A with Katee. 

Katee Wendt is a postdoctoral scholar at Oregon State University where she studies past CO2 concentrations in Antarctic ice cores. For more information about her research and publications, please see her website: 

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