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School of Environment, Arts and Society

School of Environment, Arts and Society

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We unite faculty and students across disciplines to foster the sustainability of the planet through inspirational teaching, stimulating creative works, groundbreaking research and global community engagement.

Part of the College of Arts, Sciences & Education.

Upcoming Events

Bioseminar series: Global change effects on stream consumers: implications for ecosystem function

Seminar by Dr. Amanda Rugenski (Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia) presenting her research on how global change affects consumer populations and...

3/25 3pm
CASE CAREER: PUTTING YOUR DEGREE TO WORK EMPLOYABILITY & PSYCHOLOGY

Let's continue the conversation about employability skills and psychology! We learn about applying these skills in the "real world!" Please join us for the...

3/27 11am
CASE CAREER: PUTTING YOUR DEGREE TO WORK EMPLOYABILITY & STEM

Let's continue the conversation about employability skills and STEM! We learn about applying these skills in the "real world!" Please join us for the second...

3/28 10am
Bioseminar Series: Amphibian diversity, thermal physiology, and species’ vulnerability to climate change along tropical elevational gradients

Seminar by Dr. Rudolf von May (University of Michigan) presenting his research on amphibian species richness and thermal physiology in montane tropical...

3/28 1:30pm
Earth and Environment Doctoral Dissertation Defense - Zoe Verlaak

Benthic foraminiferal assemblages from marshes and mangroves in the Everglades (South Florida, USA) and their applications as proxies for habitat shifts due...

3/28 2pm

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