Envisioning campus as ‘living lab’ to improve bird habitat

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Envisioning campus as ‘living lab’ to improve bird habitat
Chloe Cerwinka (left) developed the idea for conducting bird surveys on campus after taking a course with wildlife biologist Mike McGraw (right) in Penn's Master of Environmental Studies program.
By Katherine Unger Baillie
June 20, 2018

Chloe Cerwinka, the University of Pennsylvania’s landscape planner and a student in the Master of Environmental Studies (MES) program, is leading a series of bird surveys on campus, acquiring a robust dataset she intends to use as the basis of her master’s capstone. With a degree in design of the environment from Penn’s School of Design and a strong interest in sustainability, Cerwinka’s vision is to integrate the information she gleans from her academic research to make Penn’s campus a more welcoming and ecologically rich habitat for birds and other creatures.

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