Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Aaron Strong and Chris Inkiow ’22 presented their research “Tax Policy Structures for Incentivizing Reforestation of Abandoned Agricultural Lands in New York State” to a Forest Tax Policy and Extension Working Group meeting organized by the U.S. Forest Service. This project grew out of a Levitt Center-funded Winter Research Project.
Strong and Inkiow ’22 Present Research on Carbon Sequestration
Strong Publishes in Sustainability and Climate Change
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Aaron Strong recently co-authored a commentary and analysis of COP26 – the UN climate talks that took place in Glasgow in November.
Congratulations Student Class & Charter Day Awardees!
Some 159 students were honored with academic prizes and scholarships, and faculty were recognized for receiving teaching awards and dean’s scholarly achievement prizes, at Hamilton’s annual Class & Charter Day convocation on May 9. Earning special recognition were Ryan Smolarsky ’23, who received the James Soper Merrill Prize, and Eleanor “Ellie” Sangree ’24, who was awarded the Fillius Drown Scholarship.
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