Meet our 2017-2018 Editors:

Caitlyn Cooper

Program: Master’s of Environmental Management, Ecosystem Science and Conservation

Why is art/literature important to you?: I care about the arts because it has always been a zen activity that helps me relax. Whether I’m walking through a museum, reading a short story, or creating something of my own – it always helps bring me peace and enjoyment.

Hayley Hanway

Program: Master’s of Environmental Management, Ecosystem Science and Conservation

Moonlighting as Science Communicator

Why are you a part of Eno?: Eno is a way to celebrate our connections to one another and the natural world.

Why is art/literature important to you?: Robin Williams already answered this. “Poetry, beauty, romance, love – these are what we stay alive for!”

It was just that, life was beautiful beyond belief, and that is the sort of joy that has to be lived. 

T.H. White, The Book of Merlyn

Sarah Poulin

Program: Master’s of Environmental Management, Coastal Environmental Management

Why are you a part of Eno? Eno is a way to connect us back to the importance of the arts and beauty even in the midst of projects, papers, finals, and political chaos.

Why is art/literature important to you? Documenting the beauty of our lands and our oceans are ways to share the wonders of the natural world with others in hopes to inspire them to care and protect it with us.

Live in the sunshine. Swim the sea. Drink the wild air. 

– Emerson

Meet Our Staff Advisors

Ann Thurston

Associate Director, Development Services & Corporate Engagement

Office of Development and Alumni Relations

 

Rebecca Vidra

Senior Lecturer

Director, Duke Environmental Leadership Program

Primary Appointment: Environmental Science & Policy Division