Entries tagged with ‘environmental studies’

Gustie Researcher Presents on Capitol Hill

Melanie Kistnasamy, Kai Welsh, and Cameron Gaspord will present at the Council on Undergraduate Research's virtual Posters on the Hill event.

Melanie Kistnasamy ’22 Makes a Global Impact Locally

Melanie Kistnasamy's quest for environmentalism has taken her from the island of Mauritius to the Minnesota River Valley.

New Book for Dean Valerie Banschbach

Dean Valerie Banschbach has edited a book, Pipeline Pedagogy: Teaching about Energy and Environmental Justice Contestations, which is forthcoming from Springer Nature Publishers for 2021 release. The volume is co-edited by Jessica Rich. Banschbach also is co-author of a chapter in the book, entitled “The Pipeline Case: Cross-disciplinary Learning and Pedagogical Lessons from the Mountain […]

Sustainability Interns back at work!

Written by Kendra Held, photos taken by Audrey Ochtrup-DeKeyrel and Lily Engebretson The beginning of this semester has been a great opportunity for growth as we assess how we can continue to advocate for sustainability on campus with our new, socially distant reality. There is no shortage of projects this year and the sustainability interns […]

Journey Into Climate with Paul Andrew Mayewski Feb. 26

Described as the "Indiana Jones of climate research," Paul Andrew Mayewski will give a free public lecture on Wed. Feb. 26 at 7 p.m.

Sustainability Expert To Lecture on Careers, Climate Change

Dr. Eban Goodstein of Bard College will discuss environmental studies career paths and responses to climate change in two free, public lectures.

Linnaeus Symposium Explores Changing Climate in Minnesota

Four experts will join Linnaeus Arboretum Director Scott Moeller and Director of the Johnson Center for Environmental Innovation this Thursday.

The Philosophy of Fly Fishing

Dan Eiden is spending his summer exploring the intersections of clean water, native fish, and public lands in the Pacific Northwest.

Student Documentary Explores Faith and the Environment

In To Walk Alongside, environmental studies major Alex Theship-Rosales uses spirituality as a vehicle to encourage environmental responsibility.

Dirty Hands and New Horizons

A group of Gustavus students spent the month of January learning how economics and climate change impact people and agriculture in Indonesia.