Dr. Sasha Engelman reviewed several factors involved in geographic mobility through Aerocene and Openweather projects that scientifically and artistically explore the environmental issue. Dr. Sasha Engelman is a geographer who studies the intersection of community-based activism, creative practice, and ecological change, earning a Ph. D. from the University of Oxford in England.
She is currently serving as a senior lecturer at Royal Holloway, University of London.
The HK+ Global Research Programme was held to support the development of the next generation
as part of an international joint study from February. The Academy of Mobility Hummanities has a collaborative project, “UK and South Korea Social Science, Arts, and Humanities Connections,” supported by the UKRI, with the Royal Holloway University in London, the Mobility Research Centre of Lancaster University, and the Cultural adn Historiacal Geographic Research group of Aberystwyth University.