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Maeve McGovern
Majors: Art, Biology

With a Fulbright for research, McGovern was off to study the effects of polar night on deep-sea food webs in the Norwegian arctic. Read more »

John Walden
Occupation: Environment
Major: Biology

After studying plants, woody and otherwise, at Colby, John Walden ’07 made his way into an industry where he studies the simplest plants of all: algae. Read more »

Elizabeth Turnbull

Could you live in 144 square feet? This environmental studies major can. Read more »

Carolyn Lindley
Occupation: Environment
Major: Geology

An oceanographer who grew up on New York City’s West Side and played in the American Museum of Natural History’s whale room as a kid, Lindley works with water-level data, overseeing a team that maps tides for the National Ocean Service. Read more »

Phoebe Lehmann Zarnetske
Occupation: Environment

The effects of different species of beach grass in the formation of dunes is part of an alumna's doctoral research in zoology at Oregon State. Read more »

Monika Thiele
Occupation: Environment

With the promise of a new, green sector in the Obama era, a biology-environmental science major improvises a green community in Washington, D.C., the Echo reports. Read more »

Amanda Hallowell
Major: English

Coming home to the island of North Haven, Maine, this chef has capitalized on the burgeoning local and organic food movements by working almost solely with locally grown and harvested foods. Read more »

Ole Amundsen
Occupation: Environment

As the author of Strategic Conservation Planning, Amundsen has worked with more than 400 land trusts, helping them navigate the complex world of land conservation. Read more »

Stacey Mitchell
Major: Government

The nation’s top prosecutor for the Department of Justice’s Environmental Crimes Section gets called when cases are of monumental proportions. She is among the most expert of the experts in this area of law. Read more »

Brandon Kulik

The Penobscot River Restoration Project is an agreessive public-private effort to restore native fish populations. Read an Echo profile (by Emma Creeden '12) about a fisheries biologist helping with the project. Read more »

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