Office of Sustainability and Resilience Discussion

Office of Sustainability and Resilience Discussion

I’m trying to study for my Environmental Science course and I need some help to understand this question.

 

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Topic: Speaker #2: Chris Castro, City of Orlando
Start Time : Sep 17, 2020 02:46 PM

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Based on the talk today, you will be asked to respond to several items the speaker discusses. If he does not talk about it…ask! Also, you must be specific in your discussion, using examples.

Then, within five days, contrast your observations with one other student.

Here are the items to respond to (please add a discussion with each question, not just a bullet point):

– discuss the speaker’s education and career

– what does the speaker actually do? Who is the speaker’s ‘supervisor’?

– discuss how the speaker uses research or data in his position.

– What do you think is the speaker’s greatest skill? Think about your own strengths and weaknesses, do you feel you would like this position? Give two examples from your life supporting your decision.

While length is not critical, thoughtfulness about your responses is important. You must post before seeing other responses. Those who enter the discussion without posting their thoughts will receive a zero on the assignment. Don’t forget to compare with one other student.

While the talk will be recorded, please try to attend in person. You will enjoy the speaker!