Earth Days Photo Gallery - Art and Posters

Earth Days 2018 Poster and Art Winners - “State of Nature: Past, Present - and Future?”

EDay 2018 winners

Earth Days 2018 Student Poster Award Winners along with Earth Days 2018 Advertising Poster Designer Liza Powers (rear, 2nd from left), College of Arts & Sciences Dean Gail Gasparich (left front) and Friend of the Earth Award Winners Ed Frechette on behalf of UTEC-Lowell (rear center) and nature photographer Kim Smith (3rd from right)

  • Miyen Chang Contreras,
  • Ben Quintal, Conflict Mineral Extraction
  • Amanda Baldwin, Benefits of plant-based diet
  • Mark Luswata, Mountain Gorillas, an Endangered Species
  • Bianca Mercado,The United States: Safest Water Supply in the World?
  • Brian Arsenault, Biodegradable Bags
  • Amanda Westcott, The Danger of Marine Debris: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
  • Cecilia Gray, Peru's Illegal Mining is Destroying the Amazon Rainforest

 

Earth Days 2017 Poster and Art Winners - “It's Your World, It's Your Future: Get Involved!”

Brooke Rodrigue

Poster Award Winners (TOP 5%) (photo of Brooke Rodrigue)

  • Brooke Rodrigue, The Effect of Macroplastic Debris on Marine Vertebrates
  • Michelle Urh, Microbead Pollution of the Great Lakes and the Microbead-Free Waters Act of 2015
  • Mary Kate Kelley, SSU: Salem Sustainability University? Comparing the Sustainability Efforts at Universities throughout the US and the World
  • Christin R. D'Ippolito, Citarum River, Indonesia One of the Most Polluted Rivers in the World
  • Jeremy Mele, Atomic Atoll: The (Im)morality of Nuclear Tests

Message in a Bottle installatino in Berry Library
Message in a Bottle art Installation

Art Award Winners

  • Logan Mine, Title.
  • Matthew Cassola, Title.
  • Kayla Fregeolle, Title.
  • Hayley Codair, Title.

Earth Days 2016 Poster and Art Winners - “Elections and the Environment: What's at Stake?”

Earth Day 2016 Poster Award Winners

Poster Award Winners (TOP 5%) (left to right, back to front)

  • Narcissa Plummer,Soapification reaction using Trimmystrin isolated from Nutmeg spice
  • Natalie Carlston, Green Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles Using Citrus fruits Aqueous Extract and its Characterization
  • Lidia Fernandez, Green Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles Using Citrus fruits Aqueous Extract and its Characterization
  • Mitchel Tepe,Soapification reaction using Trimmystrin isolated from Nutmeg spice
  • Angela Ward, Medication in Drinking Water
  • Abigail Locher, Rising Waters
  • Kayley LeFracois,Trouble for the San Juan- As the Orange River Flows
  • Brooke Rodrigue, Plastic Pollution: Injustice for developing nations

Earth Day 2016 Honorable Mentions

Honorable Mention Posters (TOP 10%) (left to right)

  • Victoria Chase, Massachusetts Food Systems: Reducing Hunger and Food Insecurity, Increasing Access to Healthy Food
  • Lindsey Leandres,The Environmental Benefits of Industrialized Hemp
  • Ellen Acheampong, Public Health Impact of Climate Change
  • Ariana Yates,The Politics of Fracking
  • Brian Pacheco, Depleting Water Sources: Over-irrigation and its Impact on Arid Environments

FISHBOWL art installation
FISHBOWL Art Installation

Art Award Winners

  • Anya Ciarametaro, Illuminating Jelly Fish.
  • Joseph Desjarlais, Environmental Debate Team.
  • Elizabeth Dunin-Wilczynski, Near Future.
  • Jessica Sherwood, Coral Bed.

 

Earth Days 2015 Poster and Art Winners - “Whose Earth Is It? Climate Change, Biodiversity and the Future”

Earth Day Poster Winners

Poster Award Winners (left to right)

  • Leslie Friedrich, The Kakapo
  • Alexandra Serino, The Price We Pay for not Paying: Why We Must Put an Economic Value on Nature
  • Kristen Sanfilippo, Nutrient Overload Leads to Ocean Dead Zones
  • Isaac Perry, Biodiversity: The Significance of the Honey Bee
  • Hanna Vinnikava, Endophytes are the Key for Creation of Natural Medicine and Fuel
  • Prof. Marcos Luna, Geography

2015 Art Award winners

Art Award Winners (left to right)

  • Jennifer Brooks

  • Mariah Pike

  • Prof. Ken Reker, Art + Design

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"Biodiversity: The Significance of the Honey Bee" by Isaac Perry

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"Nutrient Overload Leads to Ocean Dead Zone" by Kristen Sanfilippo

Collins Poster

"The Price We Pay for not Paying: Why We Must Put an Economic Value on Nature" by Alexandra Serino

Coburn Poster

"The Kakapo" by Leslie Friedrich

Allen Poster

"Endophytes are the Key for Creation of Natural Medicine and Fuel" by Hanna Vinnikava

Dodge Poster

"Climate Change, Resource Wars, and Future Conflicts" by Bryan Pacheco

Pendalton Poster

"Pumped Storage Hydro-Electricity: Simultaneously Optimizing Emerging Green Energy While Socially Promoting a Region’s Unique Topography and Ecosystem" by Nicholas LaQuerre

Pendalton Poster

"Air Pollution in China and Its Environmental Impacts" by Joseph Mack

Pendalton Poster

"Soil Toiling: A Comparison of Organic and Conventional Farming" by Brian Rappa

Pendalton Poster

"The Effects of Road Salt on Our Environment" by Kyle Favaloro

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by Kayla McLaughlin

 

 

 

Earth Days 2014 Poster and Art Winners - “What Does It Mean To Be Green?”

Earth Day Poster Winners

Poster Award Winners

  • Krystal Gmyrek, Effect of Electrolyte on the performance of batteries
  • Paul Barbaro, Home Grown Agriculture
  • Dave Antonuccio and Hanna Vinnikava, Green Synthesis of Silver Nano-Particles
  • Jennifer Curtin, Putting Limits on Population Growth: China’s One-Child Policy
  • Stephanie DeYoung, A Green Glass of Wine
  • Katherine Robinson, Lush: Fresh Handmade Cosmetics
  • Fatou B. Mandiang, The Native Way or “our way”?
  • Rebekah Estrada, A Green Alternative to the Iodine Clock Reaction
  • Nicholas Schomburg, Marine Dead Zones

Poster Honorable Mention Recipients

  • Carling Granger Audette, Renewable Resources & Rare Earth Elements
  • Kinga Jacaszek, Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility

Environmental Art Award Winners

  • Taylor Doiron, ALTERNATIVE POWER.
  • Casey Cataldo, STYROFOAM MAN.
  • Phearun Mao, WISHING WELL.
  • Paul Moskevitz, DEFORESTATION IN THE AMAZON FOR PROFIT.

Earth Days 2012 Poster Winners - “Sustaining Our Oceans: Key to Earth's Future”

Nguyen Poster

“Niger Conflict: The Edge of the Ocean” by Erin Burke

Terenzoni

“Thorium Nuclear Power” by Stefan Johnson

Collins Poster

“Ocean Acidification: Reducing Diversity by Reducing pH” by Alyssa Pendleton

Coburn Poster

“Hydrofracking” by Bridgette Gillespie

Allen Poster

“Ocean Acidification” by Arjola Mishgjoni

Dodge Poster

“Blood in Pleasant Bay: Horseshoe crabs, Limulus Amebocyte” by Jesse Nichols

Pendalton Poster

“The Decline of Northern Fur Seals on the Pribilof Islands” by Mario Mosso

Pendalton Poster

“The Great Barrier Tyrants” by Michael Cuneo

Earth Days 2011 Poster Winners - “Watch Your Waste - Energy and Other Matters”

Nguyen Poster

“Coastal Water Protection & Monitoring: Is it Working for Massachusetts?” by Dennis Pothier

Terenzoni

“How Waste Affects the Oceans” by Casia Terenzoni

Collins Poster

“The importance of Education in Reducing waste By Retrofitting Homes” by Kossim Osseni

Coburn Poster

“Going Solar in Massachusetts” by Kelsey Shepard

Allen Poster

“Ocean Acidification” by Chris Dubois & Sarah Sullivan

Dodge Poster

“Salem Power Plant vs. City of Salem” by Brian McAdams

Pendalton Poster

“Energy Waste in the Home” by Paris Beckett

Pendalton Poster

“Groundwater Contamination in Post Conflict Bosnia” by Michael Dellea

Earth Days 2010 Poster Winners - “Growing a Greener Economy for a Healthier Planet”

Nguyen Poster

“Microalgae as biodiesel in Massachusetts: A Case Study” by Kimberly Nguyen and Joseph Mistretta

Carr Poster

“Socio-Economic Impacts of Good Governance and Sustainable Forestry Practices, Knuckles Conservation Forest, Sri Lanka” by Jennifer Carr

Collins Poster

“Impacts of Bottled Water” by Tom Collins

Coburn Poster

“Buy Fresh, Buy Local” by Kayla Coburn and Barry Oneil

Allen Poster

“Economic Justice in Allocation of EECGB Grants under ARRA” by Karl Allen and Mike Maher

Dodge Poster

“Beyond Fossil Fuels: The Future of Energy” by Arick Dodge and Chris Noble

Pendalton Poster

“The Consequences of U.S. Meat Consumption” by Franki Vetrano-Olsen, Mashooma Khalifa, and Alyssa Pendalton

 
 

Earth Days 2009 Poster Winners - “Troubled Waters: Seeking Ethical and Sustainable Solutions”

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"The Effects of a Growing Population on the Assabet River Basin, Massachusetts " by Jennifer Carr

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"Zebra Mussels in the Great Lakes Region " by Kimberly Nguyen

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"Lake Cochituate and the Milfoil Problem" by James Starr, Richard Kadlik and Tanya Fennell

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"India's Water Problems" by Megan Farmer, Laurie Granholm and Katherine Do

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"Geochemical Analysis of the North River Drainage Basin" by Joe Pyburn

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"Grain Size Characterization and Soft Shell (Mya arenaria) Clam Survival Rates in Selected Boston Harbor Tidal Flats" by Emily Crescenzi

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"A Multi-proxy Analysis of Sediment Cores from Chain of Ponds, Maine" by Courtnie Ciapciak

Girard Poster

"Seeking Cooperative Solutions in Fisheries Management, a Game Theoretic Approach" by Brian Girard

Peterson Poster

"Global Warming Threatens Antarctica's Marine Life With New Predators" by Alaina Peterson

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"A Stratigraphic Investigation of the Goldthwait Reserve Salt Marsh, Marblehead, MA" by Andrea Sherman

 

Earth Days 2009 Art Winners - “Troubled Waters: Seeking Ethical and Sustainable Solutions”

Kakuta Art

"Pouvez-Vous Nous Apporter De L'eau? Access To Safe Water World Map", digital print, by Masahiko Kakuta

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"Plastic Mess", mixed media/found object interactive installation, by Michaela Giragosian

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"Vernal Pools", mixed media/found object interactive installation, by Kourtney DeMaine

 

 

Earth Days 2008 Poster Winners - “Food, the Environment, and Justice”

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"Global Warming and Greenland" by Jennifer Carr

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"Peanut Allergies" by Allison Crovo and Jacki Shamoian

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"Information and the Willingness to Pay: A Case Study of Darfur" by Jared Hopkins and Venessa Roman

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"New Hampshire Strangler" by David Jacobs

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"Migratory Birds Love Shade Grown Coffee" by Kristina Klausewitz

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"Puchasing Locally Grown Produce" by Andrew Madison

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"Negative Impacts of Ethanol" by Heather Pert

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"The Economics of Green Building" by Andrew White and Jaimie Kloptoski

 

 

Earth Days 2008 Art Winners - “Food, the Environment, and Justice”

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Masahiko Kakuta

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Michael Milward

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Peter Campbell

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Peter Campbell

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Tara Koelsch

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Thomas Neadow

 
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