Taking us on her experience trekking through Western Nepal, Caitlin Laidlaw, a masters’ student in Geography & Environmental Management, answers the question: how do locals who live with snow leopards feel about conservation? Her short documentary is this year’s second place GRADflix competition winner.
Five other short videos from Faculty of Environment graduate students placed in the top 25 finalists.
- Coastal wetlands for small-scale fisheries by Navya Nair, PhD student, School of Environment, Enterprise and Development
- Comparing the effects of management practices on nutrients by Anika Chiang, Master’s student, Geography and Environmental Management
- Groundwater and phosphorus transport: Friend or foe? by Larissa Gospodyn, PhD student, Geography and Environmental Management
- Hydraulic erosion with game engines by Amerald Fang, Master’s student, Geography and Environmental Management
- Knowledge on tap: Community impacts of craft brewers by Patrick Bosworth, Master’s student, School of Environment, Enterprise and Development
Congratulations Caitlin, Navya, Anika, Larissa, Amerald and Patrick on your outstanding work!
GRADflix is a research communication competition hosted by the Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs Office. The competition challenges participants to create a one-minute video, moving slide show, or animation that describes their research.