Sanders '17 Published in Journal of Hydrometeorology

DSC_0549Matthew Sanders '17 is the lead author of the article “Hydrometeorological Characteristics of Ice Jams on the Pemigewasset River in Central New Hampshire,” recently published by the American Meteorological Society's…
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Does Climate Literacy Persist?

Fisher and Arens KColton-309After taking a geoscience course, students are significantly less likely to use motivated reasoning (the phenomenon in which people use their group beliefs and psychological needs unconsciously to filter information,…
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Redmond '22 Applies Nitrate to Onondaga Lake

Redmond Emma Portrait KColton-00038Emma Redmond ‘22 landed an environmental science internship with the Onondaga Lake Cleanup project through Parsons Corporation this past summer. A geoscience and environmental studies double major, Redmond worked to…
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HWS' FLI Joins “Libraries Love Lakes” Project

Harvieux Nadia Water Books-00006Nadia Harvieux, education program manager at the Finger Lakes Institute at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, has co-created an educational website on lakes called Libraries Love Lakes along with faculty…
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HWS Earns $500K NSF Grant for Atmospheric Science Research

Laird Weather Balloon Snowden4A grant from the National Science Foundation will support a four-year continuation of the collaborative undergraduate research program led by Hobart and William Smith Colleges that explores atmospheric and related…
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