Dawn Bowen in the News
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- Students Plant Trees with Guatemalan StudentsThis past spring break, 16 UMW students traveled to Guatemala to learn about agroecology and community development. Students spent several days with elementary school children from two different villages who came to participate in Community Cloud Forest Conservation's Kids & Birds program. They planted trees with the children, looked for... Read more »
- Bowen Publishes Article about Field Work in NewfoundlandDawn Bowen, professor of geography, has published an article, "The Roadside Gardens of Newfoundland's Northern Peninsula," in the American Geographical Society's Focus on Geography. This article was a result of her field work in Newfoundland in 2014. [...] The post Bowen Publishes Article about Field Work in Newfoundland appeared first on... Read more »
- Professor Co-Authors Article with AlumDawn Bowen, professor of geography, has co-authored an article, “Deforestation of Montane Cloud Forest in the Central Highlands of Guatemala: Proximate Causes, Underlying Drivers, and Implications for Sustainability in Q’eqchi’ Maya Communities,” with Ian Pope, UMW 2011, in the International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology. The article draws from Ian's... Read more »
- Bowen and Students Visit Guatemala during Spring BreakDawn Bowen, professor of geography, supervised an undergraduate research trip to Guatemala over spring break with University of Mary Washington students. Jack Humiston '15 and David Chambers '14 researched a project titled "Mapping Deforestation in the Sierra Yalijux Mountains of the Alta Verapaz, Guatemala" over a nine-day period. “This experience is incredibly... Read more »