Professor Peter Guiden is working with Maddie Vavra ’23 and Becky Rosen ’22 to better understand the biology of trees that are native to Central New York. The trees grown in the science center greenhouse will eventually be planted on campus as part of the effort to conserve and restore biodiversity there.

Sustainability at Hamilton

From student and faculty research to green programs and initiatives, Hamiltonians are committed to protecting and sustaining the environment through institutional processes, management of facilities, and curriculum.

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Ellie Sangree ’24 arrived for her first semester at Hamilton equipped with more than the usual college essentials; she came with a concept for an experiment.

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Hamilton Sustainability Club: Thrifting for a Cause

“Gen Z is very conscious of our individual footprints and passionate about thrifting, so I thought it was great that HSC brought this opportunity right to the Hill,” said Catherine McFarland ’22.

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Sustainability Fair is Catalyst for Campus Conversation

At the heart of the event was a panel discussion that included representatives from the Black and Latinx Student Union (BLSU), Student Assembly, the Aquaponics Club, the Sunrise Movement, and the Hamilton sustainability coordinators.

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