Hannah Dale is a senior pursuing a B.S. in Anthropology with minors in Sustainability and French. Her concentration is in Environmental Anthropology and she is working towards a thesis analyzing the transmission of Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) in a Mozambican community.
This semester, Hannah is completing an internship at the Environmental Law Institute (ELI) in DC as a Research and Publications Intern. As part of her internship, she wrote a few blog posts on the Environmental Law Institute's website on species conservation, waste/circular economies, and a post on traditional environmental knowledge (TEK) - which links to her honors thesis research on TEK intergenerational transmission.
Check out Hannah’s blogs:
Waste and Circular Economies Blog: https://www.eli.org/vibrant-environment-blog/future-waste-management-shifting-toward-circular-economies
Hannah is also the President of the Anthropology Student Association at UMD. She will be graduating, with honors, this coming December. Congratulations, Hannah!