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Important ENVS news items.
Check out the photos from the ENVS Fall Poster Celebration held on December 10, 2012!
Kelly Kay (‘09) explored the opportunities available to her before finally deciding academia was where she wanted to be.
Jack Murray (‘11) landed a job as an analyst a wind energy firm after graduating from Lewis & Clark.
Rosanne Wielemaker (‘11) discusses her evolving views of urban agriculture post-graduation.
The 15th Annual Environmental Affairs Symposium looks at environmental aspects of interaction between North America and East Asia.
In partnership with the Overseas and Off-Campus Program, ENVS is supporting a 12 credit Swaziland overseas program in Summer 2013.
ENVS releases a newsletter about summer goings on.
Emily Nguyen (‘11) has spent the last year in Vietnam as a Fulbright scholar. In this blog entry, she describes her Fulbright experience.
ENVS held its annual Spring Poster Celebration on April 26, 2012. Check out some of the photos!
April 16, 2012 - Paige Enfinger (‘12) discusses new models of living in South America.
Alix Finnegan (‘14) stood out in a competitive field of engaged students.
March 27, 2012 - Martin Frye (‘10) learns firsthand that hard work, trying new things, networking, and being in the right place at the right time can conspire to create great opportunities.
March 23, 2012 - Megan Mills-Novoa (‘09) says, “don’t worry about it.”
Claire Cummings (‘11)
December 19, 2011 - Isabel Kuniholm (‘12) reflects on her semester abroad.
December 12, 2011 - Emma Redfoot (‘13) writes about ecotourism and voluntourism in this reflection on her experience in Ecuador.
Gus Hynes Hoffman (‘13) has been aboard the Corwith Cramer this semester, part of a crew documenting change as part of the SEA Semester program.
December 8, 2011 - Melanie Frank (‘12) spent last spring in Australia studying the effects of bottled water consumption.
Lewis & Clark begins composting all over campus.
Lewis & Clark President Barry Glassner advocates for student study of the issues around environmentally viable practices, rather than college efforts to “green the campus” alone.
The ENVS 490 field trip to Bonneville Dam - 10/18/11
James Rojas, an urban planner and the founder of the Latino Urban Forum, led this group of beginning city planners in constructing planned spaces out of hair rollers, pieces of yarn, Lincoln Logs, corks, bottle caps, and much more.
ENVS 490 traveled throughout Oregon during the weekend of September 23-25.
Taylor Riso tops the competition with her study of phosphorus estimation.
Earning degrees in both environmental studies and law at Lewis & Clark, Bethany Cotton works as an attorney for the Center for Biological Diversity in Washington, D.C.
Images from a trip to Douglas County during Spring, 2011.
The ENVS Program has hired a new faculty member, Dr. Jessica Kleiss, who will arrive spring semester 2012.
Law professor Melissa Powers is blogging about European approaches to environmental challenges while teaching climate change law in Spain and Italy.
Lewis & Clark top producer of Peace Corps volunteers in new ranking
The Lewis & Clark Environmental Studies Program has earned its third grant in 11 years from the Andrew Mellon Foundation to expand the program, taking more students and faculty to locations around the world for research, and sharing its unique environmental studies model with peer institutions.