Middlebury

 

ES Senior Thesis Presentations

Monday, May 5

MBH 220
12:30p

Jake Nonweiler, joint ES/Biology major - conservation biology focus
Influences of Feather Structure and Pigmentation on Sexual Dichromatism Among Passerines
Adviser: Steve Trombulak

Tuesday, May 6

Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs (part of MCGA/Mellon Grantee Presentations)
4:30p

Miriam Nielsen, ES major - creative arts focus in Film and Media Culture
Environmental Sustainability Through a Creative Lens
Adviser: Jason Mittell

Wednesday, May 7

The Orchard, Franklin Environmental Center 103
4:30p

Emma Mourning, ES major - environmental economics
Blood and Ivory: And Economic and Cultural Analysis of the Illegal Ivory Trade
Adviser: Jon Isham

Grace Wildermuth, joint ES/Soc-Anthro major - human ecology focus
Voices Not Heard: Natural Gas Development, Public Discourse, and Power in Wayne County, Pennsylvania
Adviser: Rebecca Tiger

MBH 104
4:50p

Abby Karp ’14, ES major – conservation psychology focus
The Effect of Goal Setting and Reminders on Environmental Behavior
Adviser: Michelle McCauley

Thursday, May 8

Dana Auditorium (in conjunction with other Film and Media Culture presentations)
7:30p

Miriam Nielsen, ES major - creative arts focus in Film and Media Culture
Suite of three environmentally-focused short films
Adviser: Jason Mittell

Wednesday, May 14

MBH 417
8:30a

Kevin Chu - Cartographic analysis of watershed scale surface and groundwater interactions in Bristol, Vermont
Advisor: Pete Ryan

MBH 417
3:00p

Emily Attwood - Interpretation of atmospheric dust deposition rates and origins in the Uinta Mountains, Utah

The Orchard, Franklin Environmental Center 103 (part of Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies thesis presentations)
TIME TBD

Bryanna Kleber - double Russian/ES major - nonfiction writing focus
HOW WE NEED FOOD: Expository Stories of Contemporary Relationships with Food
Adviser: Catherine Wright