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Meet sustainability student and researcher Caitlyn Finnegan

Meet sustainability student and researcher Caitlyn Finnegan

Caitlyn Finnegan is a junior in the School of Sustainability who has spent her summer conducting research on fisheries with Assistant Professor Kailin Kroetz. Fisheries have always been a model for sustainable management, challenges, and discipline. They represent a relationship between humans and marine ecosystems. “My interest in aquatic ecosystems and how anthropogenic activities interfere with...

Oui Nous Pouvons: subverting the single story of sustainable development

Oui Nous Pouvons: subverting the single story of sustainable development

Led by her passion for empowering communities through sustainable development, Master of Sustainability Solutions student Abigail Johnson worked in the western African country of Togo on a documentary film about homegrown sustainability solutions. By amplifying marginalized voices and showing grassroots sustainability initiatives, Johnson counterbalanced the prevalent narrative that sustainability in Africa can only be done...

Using creative expression to convey sustainability solutions

Using creative expression to convey sustainability solutions

Meet Doctor of Philosophy in Sustainability alumna Neda Mohaved. Her work is centered around international development as human development, and most recently “how we wear water.” “Throughout the project, I worked with water metaphorically to equate the process of learning with embracing change. Paradigm shifts needed for sustainability require transformative learning where one is...

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Meet sustainability student and researcher Caitlyn Finnegan

Meet sustainability student and researcher Caitlyn Finnegan

Caitlyn Finnegan is a junior in the School of Sustainability who has spent her summer conducting research on fisheries with Assistant Professor Kailin Kroetz. Fisheries have always been a model for sustainable management, challenges, and discipline. They represent a relationship between humans and marine ecosystems. “My interest in aquatic ecosystems and how anthropogenic activities interfere with...

Changemaker Central rescues produce for communities and combats food insecurity

Changemaker Central rescues produce for communities and combats food insecurity

This article was written by William H. Walker VI, a sophomore in the School of Sustainability. Food is integral in nourishing the mind, body, and soul as well as sustaining the communities around us. We live in a society where food is wasted in the home as well as in stores. At the same time,...

Uplifting indigenous voices for a sustainable future in food

Uplifting indigenous voices for a sustainable future in food

This article was written by William H. Walker VI, a sophomore in the School of Sustainability.  Modern consumers have lost touch with how food is more than a commodity and brings more than nutritional value. Cultural, spiritual, ecological and community values are bound up in everything we eat. For food systems to be more sustainable, consumers...

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