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Note Focus Area: Environmental Studies & Sustainability

Susie Spikol ‘94

Susie Spikol ‘94 (New England, MS) was honored by the Cheshire County Conservation District (CCCD) as their 2023 Educator of the Year. CCCD chose its

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Jennifer Keller ’21, ‘23

Jennifer Keller ’21, ‘23 (New England; MS, PhD) is an accomplished science teacher with 16 years of experience in sustainability initiatives. Her forthcoming research, “Forest

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Jody Anastasio ‘07

Jody Anastasio ‘07 (New England, MS) led the National Park Service (NPS) team that won the 2023 NPS Excellence in Education Award. As Education Specialist

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Johanna Liskowsky-Doak ’05

Johanna Liskowsky-Doak ’05 (New England, MS) was recently named Principal at Flood Brook School in Londonderry, VT. With a strong foundation in education and a

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John Fraser ’09

John Fraser ’09 (New England, PhD in ES) is the new Director of Mission Impact at the Alaska SeaLife Center. Fraser is a noted international

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Owen George

Owen George, an MS in Environmental Studies, Advocacy for Social Justice and Sustainability program student, published the article “Climate Solutions Need Queerness” in Yes! Magazine.

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Claudia Ford ’86, ‘15

Claudia Ford ’86, ‘15 (San Francisco, MBA in Health Administration; New England, PhD in Environmental Studies) was recently named a Distinguished Visiting Scholar for 2023-24

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Paul Bocko ’96, ’08

Paul Bocko, PhD ’96, ’08 (New England, MS in Environmental Studies and MEd in Organization & Management), faculty in the New England Department of Education and

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Jesse Caney

Jesse Caney, a student in the MS in Environmental Studies, Conservation Biology concentration, and MassWildlife, the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, were featured in Wareham Week for tagging

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Steven Lamonde ‘20

Steven Lamonde ‘20 (New England, MS) Affiliate Faculty in the MS in Environmental Studies program, was featured in the Brattleboro Reformer. On April 29, 2023,

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Lynn Kimmel ‘19

Lynn Kimmel ‘19 (New England, MS) co-authored the paper, “Facilitating biodiversity conservation through partnerships to achieve transformative outcomes, that was published in Conservation Biology Journal.

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Julia Gibson

Julia Gibson, PhD, faculty in New England’s Environmental Studies program, published the research article “Practicing Palliation for Extinction and Climate Change: Weaving Death Ethics from

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