The Environmental Studies Program believes that it is essential for students to be able to communicate to the social science and science research community, but they must also have the ability to convey their understanding of environmental issues to the general public, policy-makers and the media. We believe that their are many venues for communication, including, but not limited to, writing, photography, film, and journalism. And, it is essential that students graduate capable of integrating information across disciplines. Below, you will find examples of work produced by students in the Environmental Studies Program.
- Bio 7 Films
- Bio 7 Story Maps – Best of Spring 2020:
- 'Understanding the Australian Wildfires' by Chloe Malley, Margaux Ameer, Alison Leav and Woovin Shin
- 'Desertification' by Briana McGowan, Meghan Smith, Nicolas Salem, Lola Jacquin
- 'Why our reefs are worth protecting and how to save them' by Caroline Wolinsky, Sosina Assefa, Stephan Green, Rosain Ozonsi
- 2022 GIS Poster Expo Gallery
- Undergraduate Environmental Photography Contest
Environmental Studies Virtual Yearbook
We've created a virtual yearbook for the past several years with the support of ENVS students. Click through the links below to learn more about our recent graduates.