Date
Apr 20, 2023, 7:00 pm8:30 pm
Location
McCosh 50

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Event Description

We are pleased to announce the 2023 Anthony B. Evnin Lecture.

Stories have the power to persuade and motivate. In conservation, they can be a critical first step in convincing people to take action. In this talk, scientists turned wildlife photographers Jen Guyton *18 and Prasenjeet Yadav share stories from the field, from the savannas of Africa to the highest peaks of the Himalaya, and discuss their journeys to becoming storytellers.

This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. You may choose to attend in person at Princeton or virtually on a Zoom webinar. 

Register here for the in-person event. 

Register here for the Zoom webinar.

 

Jen Guyton photographing from helicopter

Jen Guyton *18 is an award-winning photographer and ecologist with a passion for natural history and conservation stories. Jen is a Princeton alum, completing her PhD in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology in 2018. She is a National Geographic Explorer, an International League of Conservation Photographers Fellow, and was a 2019 Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellow in Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique. Her work has been published widely in outlets like the New York Times, BBC Wildlife Magazine, and Audubon Magazine. She is currently working on photographing her first feature story for National Geographic Magazine.

 

 

 

Prasenjeet Yadav looking at large caterpillar type bug on leaf

Prasenjeet Yadav is a molecular biologist turned National Geographic Photographer who focuses on science and natural history. Prasenjeet pursued molecular ecology research at the National Centre for Biological Sciences in Bangalore, India. He now combines his experience in science with his photography skills to bring ecological and conservation research unfolding in India to a global audience. Over the last decade, he has worked in the high-altitude Himalayas, on remote islands in the Indian Ocean, and in cloud forests of India's Western Ghats--one of the world's biodiversity hotspots. His work has been published in National Geographic magazine, The New York Times, and National Public Radio, among others. He founded ‘Shoot for Science’, an initiative to promote visual science communication. Currently, Prasenjeet is filming a wildlife documentary for the BBC in the Indian Himalayas.

CART Closed Captioning will be provided for our zoom webinar.

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Audience
Open to the Public