Nature’s Forgotten Treasures Found in Quarantine

By: Annie Lalonde The current effects of COVID- 19 have unified us, despite their many challenging aspects. Through nature, we can all find something positive to make the days a little more bearable. Our new allotted time has helped family and friends remember their favorite outdoor activities. I decided to change up my photography for … More Nature’s Forgotten Treasures Found in Quarantine

Academic Series: The Development of Pharmaceutical Fish

By: Jackie Dutkanych This week, GreenHawks Media presents its first Academic Series, a feature of written pieces from Miami students interested in sustainability. These students were all enrolled in Professor Scott Johnston’s IES 274 class, Introduction to the Environment and Sustainability, in the fall. See the bottom of each article to learn more about its … More Academic Series: The Development of Pharmaceutical Fish

An Interdisciplinary Approach: Diversity of the 2019 IES Masters Cohort

By: Noah Miller “The mission of the Institute for the Environment & Sustainability is to educate students as professionals and global citizens through interdisciplinary programs in environmental science and sustainability, and to provide leadership in areas of research and outreach that address environmental problems and promote a more sustainable society.” This is the mission statement … More An Interdisciplinary Approach: Diversity of the 2019 IES Masters Cohort

Profile: Anna Ginsky

Throughout Miami University, constant efforts are being made to increase sustainability for the university. The little-known voice pushing many of these issues belongs to Anna Ginsky. Ginsky, 31, has lived an adventure-packed life thus far. After graduating high school, the San Diego native took a few years off to backpack around Europe. She then attended … More Profile: Anna Ginsky