SOE Graduate Research Assistant Eleanor Prescott presents research at the Maine Sustainability and Water Conference

SOE Graduate Research Assistant Eleanor Prescott recently presented research at the 2024 Maine Sustainability and Water Conference. Prescott presented research done in collaboration with students and faculty from the University of Maine, Bowdoin College, and University of Southern Maine. The poster, Communicating Resilience: Innovative rural municipal digital communication, summarized research Prescott has done as a graduate research assistant working with Drs. Kathleen Bell and Jessica Leahy and the rest of the interdisciplinary, multi-institutional Community Resilience and Well-Being (CREW) team. Prescott is a graduate student in the SPIA Program and has helped Bell and Leahy, along with colleagues Dr. Vanessa Levesque from the University of Southern Maine and Dr. Eileen Johnson from Bowdoin College move forward with USDA-funded research on community resilience and rural development. Congratulations Eleanor Prescott!