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Student and Alumni Videos

Discover our video portfolio featuring the exciting research and work created by our students and alumni.

Conservation on the Fly

MES alumnus Olivia Xin Wang shows the benefits of using drones in collecting data for conservation efforts around the globe. From birding techniques and urban development, this technology is helping researchers make leaps and bounds in their work.

If you have a problem viewing this video, you can watch it on YouTube.

The American Food Disparity: The Story of America's 49 Million Food Insecure

2015 MES graduate Christopher Putvinski’s look at the problem of food insecurity in the US—a condition which affected 49 million Americans in 2013—and its harmful manifestations.

If you have a problem viewing this video, you can watch it on YouTube.

Nature in Water Security - Animation

Jeffrey Cowan's (Master of Environmental Studies ’12) exploration of how human consumption impacts the availability of water.

If you have a problem viewing this video, you can watch it on Vimeo.

Anthrax Cleanup on Capitol Hill

Current MES student Olivia Xin Wang directed this documentary in collaboration with the EPA Alumni Association Oral History Project.

If you have a problem viewing this video, you can watch it on YouTube.

Impacts of Gray Wolf Reintroduction to Yellowstone National Park

Michelle Mancini’s Master of Environmental Studies capstone project looking at the ecological, social and political implications of reintroducing the gray wolf to the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem.

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