Reducing Human-Wildlife Conflict
Doctoral student Alexander Killion
Humans and wildlife often detrimentally affect each other in landscapes that they share together. Finding ways to create co-benefits on shared landscapes has the potential to advance sustainable development goals.
Energy Independence in Puerto Rico
Masters Student Julia Magee
In phase II of a project that launched after Hurricane Maria, Professor José Alfaro and students partner with a local nonprofit to bring power to a small town in Puerto Rico. The students' master's project built upon the work implemented by their former classmates the year before.
Mapping Environmental Justice and Uplifting Community Survival in Southwest Detroit
SEAS master's students sought to bring awareness to the 48217 community in Detroit, known as the most polluted ZIP code in Michigan, through their master’s project, “Mapping Environmental Justice and Uplifting Community Survival in Southwest Detroit.”