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Sustainability Studies Program student accepted into prestigious environmental leadership program!

Worms and Lemurs: The Mariah Donohue Story
After suffering through calculus and chemistry as an undeclared sophomore, I jumped at the opportunity to study abroad in Mad (More)
Day 6: My Costa Rica Journal
[caption id="attachment_376" align="aligncenter" width="473"] The beach at Punta Mona.

Day 6: Before my trip to Costa Rica, I followed the p (More)
Star student Emily Nocito attends her first Bard C2C Fellows Network workshop

My Road to the 2015 ESA Centennial Conference
Last summer I embarked on a research project, that I later titled “The Management Practices and the Status of the Village Ponds in Chilika Lagoon Area, Odisha, India.” As I learned more what I was about to start working on, I became very excited to h (More)
My Summer of Abbreviations
[caption id="attachment_439" align="alignleft" width="300"] Me, second from right, with some of my summer internship colleagues at the OSA.

M (More)
Students to Study Human Use Patterns at Ashley Schiff Park Preserve
When Margaret Conover asked the Sustainability Studies Program if we could quantify use-patterns in the Ashley Schiff Park Preserve, two Environment and Human Impact students enthusiastically said yes! Me, second from right, with some of my summer internship colleagues at the OSA.[/cap (More)
My Road to the 2015 ESA Centennial Conference
Last summer I embarked on a research project, that I later titled “The Management Practices and the Status of the Village Ponds in Chilika Lagoon Area, Odisha, India.” As I learned more what I was about to start working on, I became very excited to h (More)
Star student Emily Nocito attends her first Bard C2C Fellows Network workshop
Emily Nocito (middle row, fourth from left) attended Bard\'s recent C2C (More)
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