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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES NEWS

HWS Students, Canandaigua Collaborate

Tapping into the exploration of land use, government, economics and the environment, Hobart and William Smith students taking ENV 351, "Sustainable Community Development Methods & Tools," have partnered with the Town of Canandaigua this spring to offer their advice and guidance on a pair of important sustainable community development projects. Through the collaboration, students are focusing ...  More >>

Father and Son Race in Cup Challenge

Lucas Catania '15 and his father, Dr. Joseph Catania '83, P'15, P'17, raced in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge after a year of continued success on the race track. The racing duo, who have competed in a number of regional and national races over the past few years, made their series and International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) debuts March 18-20 at Sebring International Raceway in Sebring, Fla...  More >>

Thomas '15 Explores the Environment in South America

Through the United Planet's Environmental Quest program and the Padnos Family International Internship/Research Travel Award, Chavon Thomas '15 immersed herself in environmental sustainability projects and youth education in rural Ecuador during 2014-15 winter break. A women's studies major with a concentration in eco-feminism and health, and a Writing Colleague and public policy minor, Thomas sp...  More >>

Littleton '16 Completes Independent Study

While studying abroad in Mendoza, Argentina, Amelia Littleton '16 completed an independent study culminating in a collection of poems. After taking a poetry course on campus, Littleton decided to write poems to capture her time in Mendoza. "While I was abroad I worked on writing poems to help me through the cultural and life changes that were presented to me. I am very fortunate that it turned in...  More >>

HWS Students Join C2C Network

Three HWS students recently participated in a national conference based on environmental leadership. The C2C Fellows Network at the Bard Center for Environmental Policy is a nationally-competitive program for undergraduates and recent graduates aspiring to leadership positions in sustainable politics and business. Perry Fennell '15, Kristin Cronmiller '15 and Rachel Newcomb '15 recently attended ...  More >>

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