The loneliest galaxies: Early results from the Dwarfs In Void Environments (DIVE) Survey
Although low-mass dwarf galaxies are useful laboratories for testing our models of galaxy formation and evolution, they are especially susceptible to environmental effects. One way to untangle the effect of environment on galaxy evolution is to study galaxies located in extremely under-dense regions: cosmic voids. In this talk, I will present the first results from Dwarfs In Void Environments (DIVE), a Keck Cosmic Web Imager study targeting dwarf galaxies inside and outside local cosmic voids. I will also discuss future prospects for this rich IFU dataset, as well as synergies with ongoing surveys that are, for the first time, opening an avenue toward detailed spectroscopic studies of dwarf galaxies beyond our Local Group.