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Summer 2019 Teaching Assistantship Available in Environmental Science and Policy Program

The Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy is seeking to hire a teaching assistant for the Summer 2019 semester.

by |April 2, 2019

Teaching Assistantship Applications Open for Sustainable Development Undergraduate Courses

The Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development is currently accepting applications for Fall 2019 teaching assistant positions for eight courses.

by |April 1, 2019
hurricane irma from space

Large Volcanic Eruptions Can Alter Hurricane Strength and Frequency

A new study is the first to untangle the effects of volcanic eruptions and El Niño events on hurricane patterns.

by |April 1, 2019

Faculty Spotlight: Sara Tjossem Focuses on Sustainability and the History of Science

Senior lecturer Sara Tjossem discusses her research and role in the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy program.

by |April 1, 2019
book cover a look into tomorrow

How to Turn Passion into Publication

Writing a book takes hard work and resilience, but it can be a great way to raise awareness about an issue you care about, propose solutions, and help people connect with the issue in a new way.

by |March 27, 2019

5 Questions: Richard Plunz on Crowdsourcing Urban Design with Twitter

A project from the Urban Design Lab combines mapping techniques with Twitter-usage data to gain a real-time understanding of how people occupy public space.

by |March 19, 2019

Scott Barrett is Not Hopeful About Climate Change, But He is Determined

Focusing on collective action that aligns with human nature, he studies solutions to the greatest problem facing the world today.

by |March 19, 2019
Rescue worker during the aftermath of the Brumadinho dam collapse

Brumadinho Dam Collapse: Outlook and Policy Objectives

An uptick in mining-related tragedies in Brazil points to the need for stronger regulations.

by |March 18, 2019

Tyler Ellis: Becoming a Versatile Researcher

The Sustainability Science program is showing Tyler new ways of working with data and analyzing peer-reviewed research.

by |March 15, 2019

An Explanation of Sustainable Economics

The Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development was pleased to welcome Alexander Quinn, director of sustainable economics at Hatch to its Sustainable Development Speaker Series this spring

by |March 13, 2019