The Holland-Hope College Sustainability Institute (HHCSI) would like to formally recognize the following projects. In Holland, we believe that in order to become a vibrant, world-class community we must look at all aspects of our community. This includes the economic, social, and environmental impacts we all have. Our City of Holland Sustainability Committee has created a seven-pillar framework with “lenses” to help us evaluate and make more sustainable choices. We have used this framework model as a way to identify the Hope College Sustainability Research Projects.
This year’s research projects were designated with a “green ribbon” on their research poster at the April 21st event. Original research by students on topics ranging from the historical roots of the Black Lives Matter movement, to monitoring of the Lake Macatawa watershed, to changes in political trust in the United States were highlighted during the annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Performance at Hope College on Friday, April 21, from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Richard and Helen DeVos Fieldhouse.
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