Sterling Alumni take their educations far and wide and we are immensely proud of the work they do as environmental stewards and citizens of the world. Michael Seamans ’02 recently returned from Sierra Leone where he experienced the Ebola epidemic first hand. We found his photography published on Bangor Daily News along with a really interesting interview. We suggest you give it a read.
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Dr. Gbujie Daniel Chidubem is the founder and CEO of Team 54 Project. He is an environmental activist and multiple international award winner, and made history as the first African doctor to be part of a delegation for the World Medical Association at COP 22...
Ecology students visited the North Branch Nature Center last week for a late night owl banding workshop on the boreal-specific Northern saw-whet owl— one of the smallest owls in the world. Here, we see students collecting data on this owl’s weight, wing length, types of...
Dive into his impassioned arguments on farming, technology, and the urban-rural divide that have taken on a new urgency.
Today and every day, we stand with the Youth striking for the future of our planet.
Our 24-hour website and social media blackout is in deferential support of #FridaysForFuture & the #GlobalClimateStrike, because we won’t let #ClimateChange be our legacy. https://t.co/6LaP78biOc