One of my favorite December traditions is the “year end review” retrospective. These start to pop up across the internet […]
When I think of climate change, I often think green. From “going green” to greenhouse gases and beyond, the color green is thrown around a lot in the environmental world. But what about thinking blue instead?
This summer, MEM students have traveled across the globe for summer internships associated with group Masters Projects (MPs). The “Group […]
Today would be Rachel Louise Carson’s 107th birthday. If you have already tried to Google something today, you may be […]
Happy belated 2014! By now, it is almost February. Hopefully, those resolutions are still going strong! For my first post […]
Thoughts on day 3 and the overall experience as I wrap up my series of posts on the Society of Environmental […]
Three days, thirty-one presentations, five coffee breaks, and one professional training course later, and my first conference was over. A […]