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MES Fall Thesis Presentations

MES student Trace McKellips presenting his thesis research.

Join the MES community to celebrate the accomplishments of our fall thesis students as they share their research results. Consult the campus map to find Purce Hall, and see the schedule below. Presentations are free and open to the public. 

 

Tuesday, November 27, 4:30-5:15pm, Purce Lecture Hall 

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2018 gCORE Field Trip

MES gCORE, Fall 2018 Field TripGroup of people on a beach smiling

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Jana Fischback: MES Alumni Starting a Non-profit in Wenatchee Valley

Woman smiling, stone wall in background

Sustainable Wenatchee (SW) is a new non-profit in North Central Washington with a mission to: “promote a culture of environmental stewardship and social sustainability in the Wenatchee Valley. We work to do this through educating and inspiring community members to live more sustainable lives.”

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Summer Thesis Presentations!

Student Quasar Surprise stands at a podium speaking to an audience with a projection of science students behind her.

Join the MES Program on September 11 and 14 to learn about thesis students' research findings in a variety of environmental studies topics. Consult the campus map to find Purce Hall, and see the schedule below. Presentations are free and open to the public. 

 

Master of Environmental Studies Thesis Presentations (Summer 2018)

 

Tuesday, September 11, 4-5 pm, Purce Lecture Hall 4

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What's your favorite cetacean? Gaining experience and a thesis project with Cascadia Research Collective

A humpback whale viewed on a DSLR camera screen.

During my time in the MES program, I have enrolled in two Individual Learning Contracts (ILCs) – both with Cascadia Research Collective, a non-profit focusing on marine mammal research. ILCs are one example of how Evergreen helps you make your education experience unique and catered to your needs and goals. My first ILC experience was over winter 2018, where I spent the majority of my time researching and collecting preliminary data for a potential master’s thesis project.

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