Science is a human experience.
Citizens need the opportunity to meet the people who work at environmental field stations and understand the work they do. What happens during the scientific process? What are the tasks of fieldwork? Who are the people who do that work? Why do they do it?
Using photo portraits and individual interviews, Humans of Tyson offers an informal community profile of Tyson Research Center, the environmental field station of Washington University in St. Louis. We hope you enjoy meeting us and learning about our scientific work.
Science and Humanities: they’re inseparable.
Welcome to Humans of Tyson!
Tyson Science Communication Team
PI: Suzanne Loui, PhD
Lecturer in Environmental Studies
Undergraduate Humanities Fellows:
Hayley Huntley and Kit Lord
(photography and storytelling)
Thanks to Lindy Drew, co-founder, photographer, and storyteller of Humans of St. Louis, for her guidance.