Stateside: Post-vaccination COVID-19 cases; poet Thomas Lynch; crowdsourcing lake science
Today on Stateside, a small number of fully vaccinated people are still getting sick. That’s not necessarily cause for alarm. Plus, a conversation with poet Thomas Lynch about his new collection of poems and navigating the grief of his daughter’s death. And a citizen science project helps make data about Michigan’s lakes and aquatic wildlife more accessible.
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The difficulties reporting about data on post vaccination COVID infections
Stateside’s conversation with Robin Erb
- Robin Erb is a health reporter with Bridge Michigan
Poet and funeral director Thomas Lynch contemplates death and living in “Bone Rosary”
Stateside’s conversation with Thomas Lynch
- Thomas Lynch is a poet and retired funeral director
New crowd-sourced UM project digitizes years of lake and fish records
Stateside’s conversation with Karen Alofs
- Karen Alofs is an aquatic ecologist and an assistant professor at the U-M School for Environment and Sustainability