Pegasus

Environmental Studies/Science Symposium

  • Alison Sanders gives her presentation on "Tourism or Climate Change: Which Causes Greater Harm to Coral Reefs?"
    Alison Sanders gives her presentation on "Tourism or Climate Change: Which Causes Greater Harm to Coral Reefs?"
  • Students and faculty listen to the various presentations
    Students and faculty listen to the various presentations
  • Amy Pfarr gives her presentation on "The Effect of Anthropogenic Land Use Change on Amphibian Habitat and Health"
    Amy Pfarr gives her presentation on "The Effect of Anthropogenic Land Use Change on Amphibian Habitat and Health"
  • Amanda Ault gives her presentation on "The Effect of Atrazine on the Larval Development of the Eastern oyster"
    Amanda Ault gives her presentation on "The Effect of Atrazine on the Larval Development of the Eastern oyster"
  • Morgan Bench gives her presentation on "Mitigating Storm Water Runoff in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed with Green Infr...
    Morgan Bench gives her presentation on "Mitigating Storm Water Runoff in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed with Green Infrastructure Development"
  • Dan Teano gives his presentation on "Arguments for the Eco-Feminization of Traditional Masculinity"
    Dan Teano gives his presentation on "Arguments for the Eco-Feminization of Traditional Masculinity"
  • Kevin Mackenzie gives his presentation on "Climate Change Communication & Education"
    Kevin Mackenzie gives his presentation on "Climate Change Communication & Education"
  • Richie Torres gives his presentation on "The Effects of Physostigmine on Social Recognition by Mice"
    Richie Torres gives his presentation on "The Effects of Physostigmine on Social Recognition by Mice"
  • Breanna Caruso gives her presentation on "The Importance of Environmental Stewardship and the Power of Experiential L...
    Breanna Caruso gives her presentation on "The Importance of Environmental Stewardship and the Power of Experiential Learning"
  • John Baker gives his presentation
    John Baker gives his presentation
  • Alaina McCleary gives her presentation on "the difference in the types of environmental awareness between urban and r...
    Alaina McCleary gives her presentation on "the difference in the types of environmental awareness between urban and rural communities"
  • Juliana Shipps presents "Anthropogenic impacts on great sharks"
    Juliana Shipps presents "Anthropogenic impacts on great sharks"
  • Emily Castle gives her presentation on "An Exploration of a Bioretention Alternative to the Campus Green"
    Emily Castle gives her presentation on "An Exploration of a Bioretention Alternative to the Campus Green"
  • Ethan Lalumia gives his presentation on "How Organic and Inorganic Waste affect Benthic Microorganisms"
    Ethan Lalumia gives his presentation on "How Organic and Inorganic Waste affect Benthic Microorganisms"
  • Hayley Hartman presents: "How Does Sense of Place Influence Local Decisions About Sea Level Rise on Maryland's E...
    Hayley Hartman presents: "How Does Sense of Place Influence Local Decisions About Sea Level Rise on Maryland's Eastern Shore"
  • Blayney Del Priore gives his presentation on "The Effect of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation and Macrophytes on the Water...
    Blayney Del Priore gives his presentation on "The Effect of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation and Macrophytes on the Water Quality and Biodiversity of the Tidal Potomac River"
  • Ben Nelson gives his presentation on "The Impact of Elevated Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Levels on the Growth of Chick...
    Ben Nelson gives his presentation on "The Impact of Elevated Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Levels on the Growth of Chickpeas"

Location: Barbara and George Cromwell Hall

April 18, 2018
Senior Environmental Science/Studies majors gave their thesis presentations on a wide range of topics

On Wednesday, April 18th, twenty-two senior environmental studies and environmental science majors gave their thesis presentations and shared their research on posters. The presentations took place at Cromwell Hall on the 2nd floor, and the symposium was open to all WC faculty and students. Research topics ranged from the effects of increased atmospheric CO2 on chickpeas to whether tourism or climate change causes greater harm to coral reefs.

Seniors that presented this year included Amanda Ault, Morgan Bench, Chris Gingrich, Michael Holowesko, Kevin MacKenzie, Alison Sanders, Dan Teano, John Baker, Breanna Caruso, Hayley Hartman, Ethan Lalumia, Alaina McCleary, Jules Shipps, Richie Torres, Emily Castle, Caleigh Belkoff, Blayney Del Priore, Thomas Heffernan, Gabby Leach, Ben Nelson, Amy Pfarr, and Nathan Simmons.


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