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23rd Annual Symposium: Environment Across Boundaries
Lewis & Clark College’s Environmental Studies Program sponsors an annual Symposium series of events, building on the broad theme of Environment Across Boundaries (ENVX).
ENVX speaks to how our students cross a wide range of intellectual boundaries as they seek new scholarly concepts and skills; geographic boundaries as they apply these concepts and skills to explore environmental issues around the world; and communication boundaries as they engage with people on all sides of these issues, ideally working toward mutual respect and collaborative solutions.
Symposium offers the Lewis & Clark community and general public an opportunity to experience this broader approach to environment.
Our 23rd annual Symposium focuses on contemporary biodiversity conservation, with events starting in October 2020. We have now posted initial session information and will provide a detailed schedule in September. Feel free to sign up below for updates, to stay tuned on all events and planning opportunities.
We welcome you to cross intellectual, geographic, and communication boundaries with us in the context of some of the most important environmental issues we face today.