NREM Capstones

Join 18 budding conservationists as they cover the ʻaina, ocean, flora, and fauna of Hawaiʻi

  • 1 December 2021
  • Author: Mark Berthold
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NREM Capstones

With topics ranging from trail preservation to mongoose control to possible establishment of the beloved manu o kū native tern on Windward O‘ahu, the 2021 senior undergraduate cohort in the Dept. of Natural Resources and Environmental Management will present their capstone projects. Join them next Wednesday, Dec. 8, starting at 11:30 a.m. via Zoom.

“It’s exciting to see our undergraduate seniors integrate the interdisciplinary skills learned in the NREM program to support local managers!” says Melissa Price. “In their capstone projects, they compare how different actions might achieve ecological, social, and economic goals for a particular problem, identifying an optimal pathway forward for decision makers. Looking over the past five years, we can see how these capstone projects have resulted in real-world impacts!”

For questions, contact Melissa at pricemel@hawaii.edu.

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