Leslie Herold '24 and Abigail Lateer '24 presented their semester-long research projects at Herring Cole to a captive audience.
On December 1st, 3-5 pm, ENVS/ENG majors Leslie Herold and Abigail Lateer presented their semester-long research projects at Herring Cole to a captive audience.
Leslie presented the impacts and challenges of sea level rise in three Atlantic coastal island communities.
Abby presented the history, complexity, and social implications of industrial agriculture.
Both Leslie and Abby will continue their SYE next semester with the English department, using their ENVS research to inform and produce creative writing pieces.
On December 4th, 2:30-4 pm, ENVS/SOC major Vivian Zymeck culminated a one-year honors research project by presenting at Hepburn 021 followed by a talk by award-winning author Rebecca Donnelly.
Viv presented a mixed methods research project studying behaviors among young families that affect their generation of food waste and related packaging. She recently presented this research at the NYSAR3 Conference in Cooperstown, NY.
Rebecca Donnelly shared her work and process writing about waste management to a young audience through her recently released book: Total Garbage: A Messy Dive into Trash, Waste, and Our World.
Student Research was supported across departments with advising faculty members: Lori Clark & Aaron Iverson (ENVS), Leah Rohlfsen (SOC), and Natalia Singer (ENG)