Along with my scientific endeavors, I also pursue humanitarian work through The Woape Foundation and diplomatic fellowship work. This page provides information on both my science work, but also more in-depth information on my humanitarian and civic engagement; the topics are broken up into science, leadership, and advocacy themes.
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The Power of Naivety
The importance of recognizing biases in science and bridging the divide between ecosystem and evolutionary ecology through naivety and fresh perspectives.
Christopher L. Kilner, a triple major at The University of Scranton, is among just 260 students in the nation earning the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, which is one of the most coveted honors in science, mathematics and engineering that an undergraduate can achieve.
In partnership with The Red Cloud Indian School and Toyota Foundation USA, the Woape Foundation aided in the construction of a greenhouse which will serve as the basis for a sustainable and health oriented education program.