From Class Assignment to Journal Publication

From Class Assignment to Journal Publication

Allison (Allie) Molinaro took Alan McGowan’s Renewable Energy Systems course this spring. As part of a class assignment, she submitted a paper she wrote to SSRN, an open-access online community where students can post early-stage research. Her paper, The Effectiveness of Vegetation in Reducing Building … Continue Reading →
Racheal Notto’s Capstone Gets Actionable Results

Racheal Notto’s Capstone Gets Actionable Results

Racheal Notto’s capstone report, Bridging the Gaps, provides her client, NYC 2030 District, with insightful and actionable solutions. The NYC 2030 District is a Private/Public partnership of property owners and community stakeholders working to establish a high-performance sustainability district in Downtown Brooklyn and Downtown Manhattan. … Continue Reading →
Congratulations, Spring 2019 Graduates!

Congratulations, Spring 2019 Graduates!

Highlights from the Milano School Master’s, PhD, and Certificate Candidates Recognition Ceremony, May 16, 2019   2019 Milano School Recognition Ceremony   The Evening in Pictures:  Recognition Ceremony 2019 Slideshow     2019 Student Speaker  Grace Saraspi Peñaranda 2019 Student Awards Recipients of the Distinguished … Continue Reading →
Indigeneity and Systemic Change

Indigeneity and Systemic Change

Research has demonstrated that areas managed by, and held within or adjacent to indigenous and local communities retain the majority of the world’s biodiversity, house a significant portion of the world’s terrestrial carbon sinks, and show slower rates of ecosystem degradation and deforestation. This correlation is … Continue Reading →