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Tar Heels in the field (UNC News | Apr. 20, 2022)

April 20, 2022

Through the UNC Institute for the Environment’s semester-long Sustainable Triangle Field Site, Carolina students are researching Chapel Hill’s creeks to help the town develop stronger flood mitigation plans.

Former field site student awarded prestigious NSF Fellowship

August 2, 2020

Claire Johnson, a student in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Environment, Ecology and Energy Program (E3P) and former IE field site student,  recently was awarded a competitive Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The … Continued

Postcard from the Field: Natalie Gabriel ’22 Thailand

May 31, 2020

  Name: Natalie Gabriel Major: Environmental Science: Quantitative Energy Track Expected graduation date: May 2022 Why did you want to go to the Thailand Field Site? I chose this study abroad program because it was not only through my major … Continued

Erin Danford first student named to IE Board of Visitors

December 3, 2017

Junior UNC-Chapel Hill student Erin Danford has been named to the UNC Institute for the Environment Board of Visitors—the first student board member in its history. Danford joined the Board at the October meeting and offered input from the student … Continued

Student Spotlight Erin Danford ’19

December 3, 2017

Name: Erin Danford Hometown: Waxhaw, North Carolina Major: Environmental Science Minor: Geography Expected Graduation: May 2019 What drew you to your major? I decided to become an environmental science major because I wanted a career that allowed me to make … Continued

Meet a Student: Steven Tulevech ’19

September 25, 2017

Name: Steven Tulevech Hometown: Morehead City High School: North Carolina School of Science/Math Major: Environmental Science Minor(s): Information Science (and maybe English!) Expected Graduation: May 2019 What drew you to your major? I started at UNC with plenty of issues … Continued

Meet a Student: Samantha Haughton ’19

August 6, 2017

Name: Sammie Haughton Hometown: Severna Park, MD Major: Environmental Science BS-Quantitative Energy Systems Track Minor: Computer Science Expected graduation: May 2019 What drew you to your major?  I came into college undecided, but have always been interested in the Environment, … Continued