News |

ESP Graduate Student Emily Franc Has Joined Anacostia Riverkeeper, Inc.

Emily Franc at trash trap, Marvin Gaye Park, 2015

Current ESP graduate student, Emily Franc has recently joined Anacostia Riverkeeper, Inc. She has extensive experience and background in environmental research, policy, and advocacy accumulated through years spent working on Capitol Hill but now is using her ESP science experiences to protect and restore the Anacostia River for all who live, work, and play in read more…

Congratulations to Dr. Marianne Woods for Receiving an ARMS-NCURA Fellowship

Dr. Marianne R. Woods, Ph.D., J.D.

Dr. Marianne Woods, Director of Master of Science in Research Administration program, has been selected to be the ARMS-NCURA Fellow for 2016. The ARMS-NCURA Fellowship program is a joint initiative between the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) and the Australasia Research Management Society (ARMS). The ARMS-NCURA Fellowship is a peer reviewed application with recipients read more…

EPC-ESP Forum (Speaker Series)

Environmental Forum

The EPC-ESP Forum is the monthly lecture series of the Environmental Programs at JHU AAP. The Forum features policymakers, representatives of government agencies, leaders in the private sector and academics to discuss critical issues in the fields of energy and environmental science and policy. The first two events will take place in March: Date: March read more…

Dr. Manville Contributes Chapter to “Problematic Wildlife: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach”

Problematic Wildlife Cover

Dr. Manville contributes the “Impacts to Birds and Bats Due to Collisions and Electrocutions from Some Tall Structures in the United States: Wires, Towers, Turbines, and Solar Arrays—State of the Art in Addressing the Problems” chapter to “Problematic Wildlife: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach”. This is a publication that is related to the talk Dr. Manville presented at EPC-ESP Forum read more…

Industry Insight — Communications. By Shonali Burke

Shonali Burke

By Shonali Burke, In this digital age, everyone has the opportunity get their voice heard online, to “join the conversation,” which companies are constantly exhorting us to do. But without smart listening and content creation, all this “conversation” runs the risk of simply adding to already cluttered “airwaves,” as it were… and being completely and read more…

Sustainability Leadership in Costa Rica

Sustainability Leadership in Costa Rica

This January Environmental Sciences and Policy students (with Paul Kazyak) attended a Sustainability Leadership course in Costa Rica. Students studied leadership aspects in the Cloud Forest as well as the Coastal Rain Forest filled with Capuchin Monkeys. Photos by: Prof. Burgess

World-Wide Human Geography Data — Food Security Symposium

World-Wide Human Geography Data — Food Security Symposium

Program Director for the cluster of Environmental Studies Programs, Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins, will be a panelist during World-Wide Human Geography Data — Food Security Symposium, on Tuesday, January 26, 2016, in Reston, Virginia. Food Security Symposium Agenda.

Odyssey Spring 2016 Catalog Available Now!

Odyssey AAP JHU Sidebar Image

Over 40 new Odyssey courses are available this spring. See the PDF of our Course Catalog for the spring semester. Courses begin on Monday, February 22. Register now!