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Sep. 7, 2023

Sophia Shepherd ’24 Explores Militarism’s Role in Climate Change

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May. 5, 2023

Spotlight on Seniors: Isabel Evans ’23 Finds Treasures and Inspiration in Library Archives

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Apr. 20, 2023

Spotlight on Seniors: Fulbright Recipient Chanah Haigh ’23 Focuses on Environmental Activism

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Environmental Analysis Program


September 7, 2023

Sophia Shepherd ’24 Explores Militarism’s Role in Climate Change

“Because of this grant, I had the time and energy to read everything I’ve wanted to read and explore a subject that is personally meaningful to me and my career path,” Shepherd says.

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May 5, 2023

Spotlight on Seniors: Isabel Evans ’23 Finds Treasures and Inspiration in Library Archives

Although Evans is writing two senior theses to fulfill each of her major requirements, she is utilizing a similar methodology for both: archival research.

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April 20, 2023

Spotlight on Seniors: Fulbright Recipient Chanah Haigh ’23 Focuses on Environmental Activism

“I’ve loved how interdisciplinary my studies at Scripps have been,” Haigh says. “It’s given me more understanding of other people’s perspectives and taught me to be flexible and to think on my feet.”

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February 6, 2023

In the Media: Chanah Haigh ’23 Explores Warehouses’ Impact on Nearby Residents in Fontana Herald News Op-Ed

“In Fontana and other Inland cities, city councils approve warehouse projects over community objections, allowing industrial uses to encroach on the lives and lungs of residents,” Haigh writes.

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August 5, 2021

Maya Edstrom ’22 Designs Sustainable Clean Water Technologies

“I used to think of ‘the environment’ as something around us and outside of us, but the reality is that we are incredibly interconnected,” says Edstrom. “My classes aren’t just about using sustainable materials and building practices, they’re very focused on creating resilient communities through physical design.”

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July 20, 2020

Anna Burns ’22 Explores the Use of Drone Technology to Measure Air Quality in Summer Research Project

This summer, Anna Burns ’22 is examining potential methods to evaluate and reduce negative impacts within agriculture. She’s working with Marc Los Huertos, the Stephen M. Pauley, MD ’62 Associate Professor of Environmental Analysis at Pomona College, who’s exploring the possibility of using drone technology to measure particulate matter emissions, such as air pollution, on crop and cattle farms in California.

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June 23, 2020

Focus on the Faculty: Professor of Biology and Environmental Science Diane Thomson

California’s wildfires are notorious for their power to wreak phenomenal damage and devastation. But when an accidental blaze burned portions of Claremont’s Robert J. Bernard Biological Field Station (BFS) in 2013, Professor of Biology and Environmental Science Diane Thomson and her students worked to generate something positive from the situation by collecting valuable data about the fire’s effects on the natural landscape.

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August 9, 2019

Spotlight on Students: Building on History: Eve Kaufman ’20’s Architecture and Archiving Internship at Claremont Heritage

Evie Kaufman ’20 spends her days poring over blueprints, studying architects, and considering how the built environment—the human-made spaces in which people live, work, and recreate—influences individuals and communities.

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August 6, 2019

In the Media: MV Times Highlights a Day in the Farm Life of Sophie Perry ’22

Sophie Perry ’22, an environmental science major, was featured in the MV Times for her work at Morning Glory Farm.

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