Congratulations to all students graduating this semester!

Published: April 23rd, 2018

Category: Announcements, Featured, News

Jesse B. Borden
Department: School for Natural Resources and Environment
Thesis Title: “Ecological Disturbances and Canopy Communities”Ann Lee Grimstad
Department: History
Dissertation Title: “Zanzibar: the Nine Hour Revolution”Erik Timmons
Department: Anthropology
Dissertation Title: “Hip-Hop Life and Livelihood in Nairobi, Kenya.”

Jacqueline Allegra Curnick
Department: MDP
Field Practicum: “Environmental health and justice in Alaska and Documentary: Pulling teeth from a polar bear.”

Margarita Fontecha Tirado
Department: MDP
Field Practicum: “A new hope: Social capital and community capacity-building for forest conservation in Caquetá (Colombia), under a post-conflict scenario.”

Max Gelber
Department: MDP
Field Practicum: “Plenty of fish in the sea? Shark fishing and the fin trade in Ghana: a biting review.”

Corey Jones
Department: MDP
Field Practicum: “Gendered post-conflict reconstruction in the Democratic Republic of Congo.”

Florencia Lathrop Rossi
Department: MDP
Field Practicum: “Mujeres de Corcovado: Experiences using design and visual communication as tools for agency.”

Anna Martinson
Department: MDP
Field Practicum: “Nonprofit financial sustainability in Seoul, South Korea: Teach North Korean Refugees.”

Miguel Olivas-Pérez
Department: MDP
Field Practicum: “The impact of the public policies in the forestry sector in Mexico.”

Grace Palacios Chávez
Department: MDP
Field Practicum: “Kichwa Lamas’ gender roles in the conservation of their community forests.”

Estefania Rodriguez
Department: MDP
Field Practicum: “Gender-sensitive evaluation of the goat value chain in the lowveld of Swaziland.”

Tania Romero Bautista
Department: MDP
Field Practicum: “An evidence-based approach to improving the effectiveness of conservation and sustainable development (CSD) projects in Madre de Dios, Peru.”

Derek Sindler
Department: MDP
Field Practicum: “Conservation agriculture in practice: Rice in northwest Dominican Republic.”

 

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