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E3P Alumna Dr. Rachel Gittman in the news

March 21, 2019

IMS alumna and adjunct faculty member Dr Rachel Gittman’s research is featured in an article by the Food & Environmental Reporting Network. https://thefern.org/2019/03/as-coastal-flooding-surges-living-shorelines-seen-as-savior/  

Dr Gangi talks about upcoming Clean Tech Summit

February 28, 2019

Institute for the Environment professor and UNC Clean Tech Summit lead organizer Greg Gangi talks about this week’s summit. https://www.wraltechwire.com/2019/02/26/ncs-role-in-clean-energy-economy-is-focus-of-unc-clean-tech-summit/

E3P Major, Erin Spencer wins Three Minute Thesis competition

October 31, 2018

E3P graduate student Erin Spencer competed in the 2018 Three Minute Thesis completion and won. The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an academic competition where participants have just three minutes to explain the breadth and significance of their research project … Continued

Well Said: Battle Grove Restoration

September 27, 2018

The gentle stream that flows beside McIver Residence Hall hasn’t always been part of the campus landscape. It just looks as though it has. A pipe beneath the street combined with the natural path of rainwater and nearby springs presented … Continued

Southern Research Circle Poster Session

September 7, 2018

What do subsurface property rights and flood recovery efforts have to do with colonial Spanish Louisiana and the southern gospel of “good roads”? Thank you for joining us at CSAS for a research poster session featuring the Center’s 2018-19 grant and fellowship recipients. … Continued

Student shows how wetlands impact fishing communities

July 17, 2018

Institute of Marine Sciences graduate student Shelby Ziegler talks about her research on different marsh habitats. https://wcti12.com/news/local/student-shows-how-wetlands-impact-fishing-communities

Carolina To Cristóbal: what you can’t learn in the classroom

June 20, 2018

Recent graduate Haley Moser ’18 thought she could study the environment through computer models and virtual simulations. Then she went to the Galápagos. https://campaign.unc.edu/story/carolina-to-cristobal/?utm_source=now_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20180620we&utm_content=haley_moser_title 

Marsh Madness

June 13, 2018

North Carolina’s marshes continue to fragment every day. Carolina Ph.D. student Shelby Ziegler attempts to rebuild them by gathering data from the healthy wetlands that remain — a feat she often tackles in the middle of the night. https://www.unc.edu/discover/marsh-madness/