Archive: Environmental Science

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After a Trip to the Yucatan, Undergraduates Find Their Plans Shaken Up

Undergraduates traveled to Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula as part of a new immersive summer course and found the experience shifted how they interact with the environment — and…

August 1, 2023

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Three College Undergraduate Students Developing Career Skills Through Beeck Center Student Analyst Program

Ethan Fan (C’24), Katie Hawkinson (C’23) and Zega Ras-Work (C’23) were three of the four College undergraduates selected as this year’s student analysts for the Beeck…

October 28, 2021

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Creating Cicada Curiosity: Biology Professor Launches Children’s Resource on Upcoming 17-Year Emergence

In May of this year, the United States’ east coast will experience a recurring phenomenon that takes place nowhere else in the world: the emergence of the 17 year cicada.…

April 12, 2021

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Marshall Scholar’s Research Aims to Improve Global Modeling of Methane Emissions

Sally Matson (C’20), received the 2020 Marshall Scholars Award to continue her research and education on climate change after graduation, an interest that started at. …

January 16, 2020