At a time when California was experiencing megadrought and landscape water restrictions lay ahead, Jacob Greene ‘23 saw opportunity. He created a plan for converting more than 17,000 square feet of grass to drought-friendly landscape.
Katy Swiere ’21 is a member of the local Citizens Climate Lobby chapter in Claremont and spent part of her summer in Washington, D.C. for their international conference where she got to work on public policy and lobbying.
Professor Guillermo Douglass-Jaimes spent the summer in Brazil to test the accuracy and applicability of smartphones and apps to train community health workers to conduct surveys and take GPS locations.
With some cameras, Ellie Harris ’18 regularly catches coyotes, mourning doves, woodrats, owls, squirrels, even a bobcat or two, all at the Robert J. Bernard Biological Field Station (BFS) about a mile north of campus.