There are a whole slew of activities and groups you should consider in participating, one of which is the Yale Environment Review (YER) – a student-run review that provides weekly updates on environmental research findings.
YER aims to bridge the gap between environmentally-related academic research and its application to policy and management. In order to increase access to specialized information, YER publishes readable and concise summaries of recent original, peer-reviewed literature so that it can be useful to those engaged in the field of environmental and natural resource management.
This is a great opportunity to get involved in one of the many student-run groups within the FES community while honing skills as an environmental writer with published works for a wider audience. There is also course credit option…
Emily recently sat down with alum Megan McVey regarding her work on Climate Change Communications. I hope you find it as interesting as I did!
Emily: Megan! I’m so happy you agreed to sit down and chat with me for this blog!
Megan: This is exciting! I’ve got lots to say about FES and how awesome it is!
Emily: Well I’m sure our readers out there will love to hear it! Let’s get right down to it. The beginning: where were you before FES?
Megan: I was all over the place – laboratories, developing countries, the media industry, and on Capitol Hill. It was my practical experiences working as a field tech alongside conservation researchers and at non-profit organizations that provided the strongest impetus…
Check out this fun article on the newest Kroon Cup winner, Rachel Mak. She is an incredible force here on campus, championing sustainability!
Wow – you’re taking the next step! Your application was accepted, you checked out the campus on Accepted Students Day, now you’re busy online finding housing with fellow FES’ers. I hope that you have time this summer to relax, because once MODs begin, you’ll begin a whirlwind of activities, research, classwork, and adventure.
(Picture source: http://www.emilydickinsoninternationalsociety.org/node/123)
For me, the summer before I joined F&ES was crammed with work. As you likely know, I’m a joint student with Pace Law School. After finishing two years of law school, I immediately started an internship with the Department of Justice – U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, Civil Division – in Manhattan. The internship was incredible. I helped to…
Greetings and salutations ones again, blog world! I’m back with, you guessed it, another recent FES alum doing something totally awesome. This time, I’ve got Margo Mosher, who works for a neat little sustainability think tank in NYC. During her time at FES, she spent a lot of time developing her vision for a perfect job and now she’s got it. Dreams do come true!