by Staff | May 8, 2019 | ESS Blog, Uncategorized
Christina Thomas ’19, talks about her time at Pace as a dual Economics and Environmental Studies major and working in the New York City Mayor’s Office of Resiliency and Recovery as part of a one-year paid internship.
by Staff | May 5, 2019 | ESS Blog, Uncategorized
Alexxis (Allie) Granger ’19, MA in Environmental Policy (MAEP), discusses her experience with the MAEP program and her transformative externships at Riverkeeper, the Humane Society of the United States, and the United States Congress.
by Staff | Apr 12, 2019 | ESS Blog, Uncategorized
Assistant Professor Anne Toomey, PhD, and Environmental Science student Tatyana Graham ’22, presented a talk entitled, “Are Coyotes “Natural”? Perceptions of Coyotes in New York City” at the 19th Northeast Natural History Conference (NENHC) on April 14 in Springfield, MA.
by Staff | Feb 16, 2019 | ESS Blog, Uncategorized
Assistant Professors Anne Toomey, PhD, Matthew Aiello-Lammens, PhD, and colleagues from Lancaster University, the Bolivian Collection of Flora and Fauna, and the Wildlife Conservation Society, co-authored a paper that was recently published in Ambio about low dissemination rates among scientists and why local knowledge exchange is so important for conservation.
by Staff | Feb 3, 2019 | ESS Blog
ESS Professor E. Melanie DuPuis, PhD, contributed to and co-edited the book, “Food Across Borders,” about geopolitics and food.
by Staff | Jul 10, 2018 | ESS Blog, Uncategorized
Assistant Professor and MS in Environmental Science director Matthew Aiello-Lammens, PhD, and former DCISE Senior Fellow John Cronin received a grant from the Department of Environmental Conservation to help understand the role of culverts in facilitating amphibian and reptile habitat connectivity in our region.