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Because public health and related travel concerns may cause a significant number of students to avoid travel during spring break, residence halls and dining halls will remain open to accommodate having more students on campus. We ask that all students who wish to stay please fill out this form.

Robinson and Nguyen ’20 Coauthor Paper on Climate Change Adaptation in the Caribbean Lesser Antilles
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Stacy-ann Robinson and Cindy Nguyen ’20 coauthored the paper “Differential climate change impacts and adaptation responses in the Caribbean Lesser Antilles” to be published in Caribbean Geography. In reviewing the recent literature, the paper finds that climate change impacts and adaptation responses in the Lesser Antilles vary widely, with islands mainly coping with climate...
April 3, 2020

Robinson Elected Vice Chair of Caribbean Geography Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Stacy-ann Robinson has been elected vice chair of the Caribbean Geography Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers. In her role, Robinson will assist the chair and conduct and supervise elections. She will become chair for 2021/2022 when the association holds its general meeting in New York.
April 1, 2020