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ENVS Program Director Mark Carey receives prestigious King Albert Mountain Award

ENVS Program Director and Professor of History, Mark Carey received the prestigious King Albert Mountain Award at a ceremony in Switzerland in September 2018.  The honor is given to “persons or institutions that have distinguished themselves in some way in the mountain world”.  The certificate recognized Carey for his lifelong devotion to the mountains, which began as a park ranger at Mount Rainier and Glacier National parks, his studies in Latin American and environmental history, his teaching role, and his Glacier Lab for the Study of Ice and Society.  Read more about Mark’s achievement in Around the O.