Warren County, NC: Birthplace of Environmental Justice
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Warren County, NC: Birthplace of Environmental Justice

Warren County, North Carolina, doesn’t seem the most likely place for the environmental justice movement to have started.  It’s a small, rural county northeast of Raleigh, and might have stayed just that if not for a decision to dump a toxic landfill in its midst in 1978.  The response of Warren County’s primarily black residents … Continue reading

Field Site Students CCCCz the Days
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Field Site Students CCCCz the Days

A positive outlook (and willingness to get dirty) is exactly the attitude you need to be a marine scientist! Larisa Bennett talks about research being conducted at UNC Institute of Marine Sciences this semester by UNC undergraduate students in her latest guest post. From freezing cold water to covered in mud, this field is not … Continue reading

Top 5 Things I Learned at the 2015 State Energy Conference
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Top 5 Things I Learned at the 2015 State Energy Conference

This past week, I attended the State Energy Conference in Raleigh, NC. Not your typical scientific conference, but I would suggest looking for more of these types of events to all graduate students. Look for something that’s related to your field but is not catered solely to the academic community. It will really broaden your … Continue reading