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Cecilia “Cece” Ribordy '22 becomes second Dickinsonian since 2018 to win one of just five annual fellowships
The prestigious fellowship honors student scholarship and action aimed at helping to create a sustainable world.
Grace Gontarek ’22 (environmental studies, political science) is a first-year mentor and musician who interns with the EPA.
An environmental-studies major and computer science major team with professors to probe the connections among climate change, agricultural sustainability and food security.
Dickinson will host a panel of experts to discuss environmental racism and justice in Pennsylvania.
Glenn Stone, an anthropologist and expert on the politics and ecology of food and agriculture will deliver a virtual talk aimed at unraveling myths.
New research by a Dickinson alumna and professor could help museums, conservators, historians and scholars better understand the timeline and production of Andean ceremonial drinking vessels.
Maddie DuBoyce '20 discusses how the College Farm served as the perfect living laboratory and how she found inspiration studying abroad in Ecuador and Argentina.
Students present original community-based research that includes creative, zero-waste approaches and a proposal to the Carlisle Borough Council.
As a waste-minimization intern through Dickinson’s Center for Sustainability Education, Kendra Beaver ’20 has learned about sustainability while making an impact.
Ben Martinez ’08 cuts a creative path from guitars and surfboards to the Victory Fridge and beyond.
Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium honors Dickinson administrator and student for active, meaningful sustainability efforts.
Environmental science majors secure jobs in forestry, sustainable agriculture and hazardous waste management.
Dickinson will mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with virtual teach-in sessions on April 21 & 22.
Pesticide seed coatings are widespread but underreported. Researchers say that could lead to overuse of pesticides and harm the environment and farmers’ health.
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