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May 2018

Protecting corn, saving elephants: Alana Reynolds pursues conservation through conflict resolution

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Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - 1:00pm

Princeton University senior Alana Reynolds' lifelong passion for the environment is rooted in the desire to help resolve human-wildlife conflict. Reynolds, who will graduate in June with a degree in ecology and evolutionary biology and a certificate in environmental studies, traveled to Mozambique in 2017 with support from the Becky Colvin Memorial Award to conduct fieldwork for her senior thesis on the effectiveness of various types of fences that subsistence farmers on the border of Gorongosa National Park could use to protect their crops from elephants.

PEI Discovery Day 2018 exhibits array of student research in environmental studies

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Monday, May 21, 2018 - 9:30am

Seniors and graduate students exhibited the topical diversity of environmental studies at Princeton University during the seventh annual PEI Discovery Day hosted by the Princeton Environmental Institute May 9 in the Frick Chemistry Lab Atrium. Ninety-six students representing 20 academic departments showcased their research and discussed their findings with fellow students and University faculty. PEI interviewed seven students who provide a snapshot of the research and disciplines featured at Discovery Day 2018.