2019 Student Conference on Conservation Science
Several ESS undergraduate and graduate students attended the 2019 Student Conference on Conservation Science at the American Museum of Natural History, including Aljuwan Jeffers ‘22 (photo above), who presented a poster on his capstone research on the Future of Coastal Livelihoods in a Changing Environment. The Environmental Studies and Science Department was proud to be a conference supporter.
Taylor Ganis ’23 recently published an article in Illuminem about her view on COP27.
Read on Waterwire: Julia Corrado ’23 describes her time working with the Waterfront Alliance as a climate advocacy and policy fellow. “When I started the fellowship, I was excited simply to work in my field of interest with people whose goals I share. I’m ending my time with the Alliance with a full-time position in the field, pursuing aligned goals.”