Metz Studies Lake Effect Snow Bands

Metz 1A weather phenomenon associated with lake effect snow bands in the Great Lakes region is the subject of an article by Associate Professor of Geoscience Nicholas Metz published in The…
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Reinke ’21 Explores Sustainability While at Sea

Sea Education AssociationThis semester, Mariah Reinke ’21, an environmental studies and cultural anthropology double major, is studying off campus on board a 134-foot tall ocean research vessel stationed in the Pacific Ocean.…
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Turner ’11 Named Forty Under 40 in Energy Industry

Oil Gas 40 Under 40Evan Turner ’11, founder and managing partner of the New York City-based, energy-focused private equity firm, Drillcore Energy Partners, LLC, was recently named to Oil & Gas Investor’s “Forty Under…
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Mann Explores Science Denial at Climate Change Colloquium

madhouse effectThe Hobart and William Smith Climate Change and Philosophy Colloquium concluded on Monday, Nov. 12 with a talk from Michael E. Mann, a pioneering climate scientist and distinguished professor of atmospheric science and director…
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Williams ’13 Presents on Extreme Heat and the Built Environment

Williams GussieAugusta “Gussie” Williams ’13, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Environmental Health at Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health, delivered a presentation on her current research exploring…
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