In this latest issue of the magazine, read about Gordon Rausser's landmark gift to the College, our alumni in academia, and much more.
The Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Sustainability awards graduating students for environmental advocacy.
Fourth-year undergraduate Dante Gonzales discusses carbon neutrality and environmental activism.
The bi-monthly podcast, called Theory of Change, covers a wide range of development topics.
The course aims to empower young scientists and challenge stereotypes about researchers.
Fourth year Conservation and Resource Studies major Ella Griffith discusses food waste issues and her historical narratives project on Sierra Club's influential women.
PMB PhD candidate Cat Adams founded the Unconscious Bias Project to help scientists tackle the biases lurking in our labs, lives, and classrooms.
PMB graduate student Nanticha Lutt highlights the Plant Gene Expression Center (PGEC) and her fellow researchers in this photo essay.
In collaboration with researchers at MIT and NASA, ERG doctoral student Zeke Hausfather analyzes decades of climate change projections.
In this month’s Student Spotlight, graduate student Thien Crisanto tells us about a non-linear path to science that cemented her love of mentoring and how her love of photosynthetic slugs led her to study algae.
The CNR Summer Internship grant allowed Spencer to complete an internship in India.
Conservation and Resources Studies student Sage Lenier leads a DeCal on sustainability.
In this month’s Student Spotlight, graduate student Neem Patel tells us about setting forest fires, the importance of community in science, and her hope to have a career in an environmentally-focused industry.
Patel is one of seventeen fellows chosen by the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research.
Masters of Development Practice alumnus Matt Mayes shares a photo essay that highlights his research working with an artisanal batik community.
A graduate student in the Energy & Resources Group, Moreno researches household-level food waste in the US.
This month's interview highlights an Energy and Resources Group graduate student.
The program helps participants build a network of environmentalists of color through professional development activities and events.
The contest highlights and awards innovative student-led projects and aims to help students spark social change.
Two CNR students share the inspiration behind their recent award-winning research, which aims to use microbes to breakdown plastic waste.