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image:  women and sustainability
Gillian Bowser
Posted Jun 16
By Gillian Bowser, Colorado State University and Diane Husic, Moravian College


Judy Keen
Posted Jun 16

How to change science graduate education has been a highly debated and contested topic for several years now.

Benjamin Wang
Posted Jun 12

The United States Marine Corps’ attempt to establish objective, data-driven standards that determine whether women can serve in combat positions is inextricable from the social norms of our military.

Mauna Kea Summit (from University of Hawaii)
Rik Williams
Posted May 20

As a broad coalition of universities and governments prepares to build the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) on the Mauna Kea summit, new protests have called the future of the project into question.

Brent Nelson
Posted May 15

For those not familiar with the show, the basic premise of Captain Planet is that a group of 5 youths from around the globe (the planeteers) and their superhero (Captain Planet) use magical powers to stop one of several eco-villains from trying to ruin the planet


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