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Wednesday, Nov 30, 2011
The Office of Sustainabilty at Princeton University released some Green Tour Videos by the Student Environmental Communication Network (SECN). One of the videos was on the Streiker Bridge with Professor Branko Glisic talking about monitoring the structural health of the new bridge.
Tuesday, Nov 8, 2011
Professor Eric Wood and research scholar Justin Sheffield posed this difficult question to 14 freshmen taking the Global Environmental Change: Science, Technology and Policy seminar, "Why do you think we're seeing a global transition to a meat-based diet?"
Monday, Oct 31, 2011

Ashley Thrall, who earned her PhD this year and who was advised by Professors Sigrid Adriaenssens, Maria Garlock and David Billington, received the prestigious IASS Hangai prize last month in London for her paper that is based on her doctoral thesis.  Ashley is currently

Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011
Graduate students Hang Deng, Minghui Diao and Mary Kang have been selected as Princeton Environment and Climate Scholars (PECS).
Friday, Oct 14, 2011
The department is please to announce that graduate students, Minghui Diao and Megan Konar, are two of six graduate students selected to join the Princeton Energy and Climate Scholars (PECS) this fall.
Friday, Aug 26, 2011
Kyle Meng, Class of ’05, along with colleagues from Columbia University, has published a cover article for Nature magazine titled “Civil conflicts are associated with the global climate”. After more than two years of work, his research examines the role of year-to-year climate change on civil conflicts.
Friday, Aug 5, 2011
Lauren Crandell, 4th year PhD student, won the AEESP 2011 Student Poster Award at the 2011 AEESP Education and Research Conference, Tampa, FL, July 2011.
Wednesday, Jun 8, 2011
The department is happy to announce that Professor Erik Vanmarcke has been appointed "Kwang-hua Chair Professor" at Shanghai's Tongji University.
Wednesday, Jun 1, 2011
An article on "virtual water" in NewScientist Magazine talks about Professor Rodriguez-Iturbe's research. The piece titled "African land grab could lead to future water conflicts" shows how China, India and Saudi Arabia are trying to secure their food supply by leasing water-rich African land. Doing so is cheaper and easier than using water...

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