Graduate Student Carolyn Greenough Receives Award at NALMS International Symposium

Center for the Environment graduate student Carolyn Greenough was awarded a Judy Connor Student Award honorable mention for presenting an outstanding poster at the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) 36th International Symposium in Banff, Canada on November 1-4, 2016.

Each year NALMS judges student posters and presentations given at the Symposium and awards are given to recognize and honor the best of these presentations and posters. Carolyn’s poster was titled “Understanding How Stakeholders Value Scenic Views and Incorporate Viewshed Management into Environmental Decision Making: Lessons from the Lakes Region and White Mountains of New Hampshire.” The poster outlines her research which she is conducting as part of the requirements for her MS in Environmental Science and Policy at Plymouth State.