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Q&A with Seeta Sistla, Assistant Professor of Ecosystem Ecology
Professor Sistla chats on topics ranging from her research and scholarship to her revelation of being face-blind
Alum Craig Sees Law Degree as Tool Kit for Social Change
Alum Catherine Craig works at the intersection of law and social justice, in public-interest environmental work.
'Climate change will change everything, including the prospects for war and peace'
Professor Michael Klare explores prospects for war and peace in climate change era.
Massachusetts Officials and Eversource Meet on Hampshire's Groundbreaking Solar Plan
Hampshire College's plan to be the first US residential college 100% powered by on-site solar energy systems continues to advance
Alum's Peace Corps Service and Master's Program Focused on International Environmental Policy
Lindsay Cope is in her final year of a 27-month service assignment as a Peace Corps volunteer, while earning her master’s degree
Hampshire President Jonathan Lash Writes for Huffington Post on 'Carbon and Values'
Lash writes for the Huffington Post on why students must be the leaders in solving our energy crisis, and how we have the power to make change where we live and work.
Jonathan Lash on How Students Must Lead Massive Changes in Energy Policy
Jonathan Lash writes for the Huffington Post on why students must be the leaders in solving our energy crisis.
Hampshire Plans to be First U.S. Residential College Supplying 100 Percent of Electricity from On-Site Solar
Large-scale solar project to power Hampshire College begins important impact study.
Mimi Alkattan: Researching Sustainable Water-Treatment Alternatives
For her Division III, Mimi Alkattan performed research around drinking-water resources in developed and developing countries.
Wetlands Boxes as Water Filters
Science lab demonstrates wastewater system of campus’s new Kern Center living building.
Getting Off the Grid Through the R.W. Kern Center Solar Challenge Initiative
The Tern Foundation and an anonymous donor set a matching challenge to fund the solar array for Hampshire’s new living building.
R.W. Kern Center's Water Treatment System
The College is pursuing Living Building Certification (LBC) for the R.W. Kern Center, which requires the creation of a net-zero energy, waste, and water building.
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