Shrinking Shorelines

Thinking about the future impacts of rising sea levels can conjure images of submerged streets in Manhattan, as the land barriers no longer contain the Atlantic. While not nearly this catastrophic, the rising sea levels predicted by current data could still prove very detrimental over the next 100 years. Dr. Karen McGlathery of the University’s Marine Ecology Lab leads a particular investigation of the impacts of rising sea levels on coastal wetlands in Virginia.
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TWHOLA hosts week of mental health

Last week, the University chapter of To Write Love on Her Arms put on a series of events as part of National Suicide Prevention Week. Though these ranged ...
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The science of sustainability

When Paolo D’Odorico, professor of environmental sciences, decided to satisfy his hunger to learn about the future of global food trade, he was intrigued ...
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The Art of Medicine

A new program aims to teach Medical School students the art of analysis through art.
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