Surprising Sounds at the Todaiji Temple

Surprising Sounds at the Todaiji Temple

In May 2019, seventeen students and five faculty went to Japan to learn about environmental issues and visit cultural sites, like the Imperial Palace (photo above). Students were placed in Labs led by faculty leaders. Malea Martin (fifth from the left) participated in...
January E-Newsletter

January E-Newsletter

  View this email in your browser       Welcome to the e-newsletter of EnviroLab Asia. Subscribe to learn about research opportunities, courses, and events related to environmental issues in East and Southeast Asia. EnviroLab Asia is a project at...

Student Research Conference on Asia and the Environment

April 26-27, 2019 Vassar College, Poughkeepsie NY Vassar College is pleased to announce our first Student Research Conferences on Asia and the Environment.  Our neighbor Bard College has organized several highly successful annual conferences in the past and we hope to...
National Geographic Research Award

National Geographic Research Award

Co-Principal Investigator Branwen Williams (Environmental Science, Keck) and EnviroLab Asia’s inaugural postdoctoral fellow Kathryn Hargan were awarded a National Geographic grant to study Thai shrimp farm-mangrove ecosystems. Their main research question is: “Do...

Workshop for Change: Theatre as Social Force with Ruth Pongstaphone

February 23 @ 1:15 pm – 3:15 pm Vita Nova Lecture Room, Scripps College Theatre relies on input and information from multiple diverse sources. The process, methods, techniques, applications, and impact of theatre are most clearly understood as a result of direct...
Meet Dr. Kathryn Hargan, EnviroLab Asia’s Postdoctoral Fellow

Meet Dr. Kathryn Hargan, EnviroLab Asia’s Postdoctoral Fellow

Kathryn joined EnviroLab Asia in August 2017 as the Postdoctoral Fellow. “We are thrilled to have Kathryn on board. She holds a unique position at the Claremont Colleges as a 5C teaching and research postdoctoral fellow,” says Branwen Williams, Co-Principal...