Nicholas School Blogs

Waters of the United States

For the purposes of maintaining water quality in the Hudson River, it shouldn’t matter if I dump my sewage or industrial waste into a small tributary or directly into the River.

Driving from Antananarivo to Ranomafana

My first day in Madagascar was a difficult adjustment, but I feel much more comfortable now, especially since I am […]

Welcome to Madagascar

Hello all, I will be blogging my journey through Madagascar this summer. Thank you for reading! Before leaving on my […]

Washington State’s Carbon Cap Experiment

With my final papers submitted and my first year of grad school officially in the books, I left Durham for […]


Ammonia is unregulated, yet it is the cause of poor health and early death in rural agricultural communities.


Those who oppose legalized abortion should be vocal advocates of contraception and contraceptive education.

5 Things That They Don’t Tell You Before Grad School

As Soli Shin (MEM’18) finishes her first year of graduate school, she reflects on what she’s learned.

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