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ENVS lab publishes new paper in Nature Sustainability investigating why win-wins are so hard to achieve

A trio of ENVS researchers were published in March in the journal Nature Sustainability, "showing mathematically why complexity makes win–wins elusive." PhD student, Margaret Hegwood, recent PhD graduate Ryan E. Langendorf, and professor Matt Burgess conducted the meta-analysis, which validates skepticism of real-world win-wins that practitioners can often have and...

Denise Fernandes and Hilary Brumberg

Two ENVS PhD Students Named the 2022 Recipients of the Radford Byerly, Jr. Award in Science and Technology Policy

Jan. 28, 2022

ENVS PhD Candidate, Denise Fernandes (left), and PhD Student Hilary Brumberg (right) were named the 2022 recipients of the Radford Byerly, Jr. Award in Science and Technology Policy.

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ENVS PhD Student, Tara Ippolito, Awarded NSF GRF!

April 6, 2020

Tara Ippolito is a recipient of the Graduate Student Fellowship from NSF! Her PI, Matt Burgess, had this to say about her most recent achievement, "a very exciting and well-deserved honor for Tara!".

Alex Hamilton

M.S / J.D. Candidate, Alex Hamilton, receives Wyss Scholarship

April 5, 2020

M.S / J.D. Candidate, Alex J. Hamilton, is receives the Wyss Scholarship to "support the graduate-level education of a new generation of leaders in western land conservation."

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Associate Professor, Jill Litt, and Ph.D. student, Ashby Leavell, awarded CU Renee Crown Wellness Institute seed grant

April 5, 2020

Associate Professor, Jill Litt, and Ph.D. student, Ashby Leavell, were awarded a seed grant from the CU Renee Crown Wellness Institute to pursue their 2020-2021 study, "Designing Nature-Based Social Prescriptions with Adolescent Mothers and Their Peers to Address Social Connection".

Jessica Egan

Jessie Egan Interviewed at AGU Fall Meeting

Dec. 20, 2019

Jessica Egan, a hydrologist and graduate student at the University of Colorado Boulder, presents research on a new study at AGU’s Fall Meeting in San Francisco.

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The Brink: Stories of Inequality, Struggle, and Transformation

July 20, 2017

The Brink is a project of Assistant Professor David Ciplet’s graduate course Power, Justice and Climate Change in the Environmental Studies Program at CU Boulder, in partnership with KGNU and the Just Transition Collaborative. Student's of Ciplet's Spring graduates spearheaded this radio storytelling project. The Brink is a about what...