An Interview with Beauty Product Expert, Anouk Robert

By Gabrielle Bittner In November, I had the pleasure of meeting with an expert in the Health and Beauty Industry. Not only had she worked for large names like Coty and Procter and Gamble, but decided that she wanted to contribute more to the market that remains so large. Anouk Robert and her sister Celine…

Exploring Oklahoma History: A Student’s Guide to Museums and Memory

As a soon-to-be university graduate, I have spent a surprisingly small amount of time working with librarians, archival experts, and materials in a physical space. Most of the research I have conducted for various courses has taken place almost exclusively on my laptop. Even a fair sum of the sources I collected for my studies…

ESWG Publishes Research in the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences

Environmental Sustainability Working Group (ESWG) members Madeline Wade, Randy Peppler and Angela Person recently coauthored the article “Community education and perceptions of water reuse: A case study in Norman, Oklahoma,” published in the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. The research looks at the effectiveness of community education in increasing citizens’ willingness to use recycled wastewater in…

The Importance of Parks … Thinking Beyond the Literature

As I spend my weeks delving into environmental justice and parks research, I can sometimes get buried under piles of academic papers, a little lost in the direction of my research. I have to remind myself of what drew me to my research topic in the first place. I have had the opportunity to explore…

Introductions: Kathlyn Dannewald

Hello everyone! I am excited for the opportunity to introduce myself and talk about the research I plan to conduct this semester and beyond. My name is Kathlyn Dannewald and I am an Environmental Studies and Political Science major. I am also pursuing an accelerated Master’s in Public Administration. I have been incredibly interested in…