Students win award for research paper

The paper "Why wind? The Social, economic, and environmental impacts of wind farms in the North Country", by seniors Meg Harrington (Conservation Biology) and Kendra Sulzer (Biology - Environmental Studies) is winner of the 2014 Friends of Owen D. Young Library North Country Studies Award in the Social Sciences.  Meg and Kendra wrote this paper as an assignment for their capstone course Conservation Biology.  To read their paper, and see other papers by students in the class, visit the Conservation Biology case study archive.