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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES NEWS

Ecofeminism, Veganism Discussion

Hoping to broaden the focus of HWS Food Week 2014, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Joel Helfrich has organized a discussion titled, "Ecofeminism and Veganism: Feminist Intersections with Other Animals and the Earth." The event, which is open to the public, brings social ecofeminist educators and activists pattrice jones and Lori Gruen to campus to lead a discussion on Friday, Oct. 17...  More >>

Seneca Falls Dialogues Conference

The Fourth Biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues (SFD), a three-day interactive conference focusing on the continuing struggle for human rights, will take place this year beginning on Friday, Oct. 17. Hobart and William Smith Colleges are sponsors of the event and Professor of Women's Studies Betty Bayer helped organize the conference as a member of the Seneca Falls Dialogues committee and of the board...  More >>

Studying Abroad in Queensland, Australia

This semester, 16 HWS students are taking part in the Queensland, Australia program led by Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Beth Kinne and Associate Professor of Biology Mark Deutschlander. A fast-paced and rigorous academic program, the Queensland semester combines high quality science teaching in the classroom with exposure to and utilization of concepts in the field. While previous...  More >>

Adams ’16 Named Hollings Scholar

Brooke Adams '16 was recently named to the prestigious Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program. As a Hollings Scholar, Adams will be provided with up to $8,000 in academic assistance and a 10-week, paid full-time summer internship at a NOAA facility next summer. Awards also include all travel expenses to attend orientations and conferences. "I am so honored to be the recipient of the...  More >>

Interning for Conservation in Massachusetts

Working this summer with the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Robb Croasdaile ‘16, Rebecca Greiff ‘15, Emily Ott ‘17 and Rebecca Siegel ‘15 took on today's environmental challenges while exploring potential career paths. Established in 1975, the EEA operates under the mission to preserve, protect and enhance the natural resources of...  More >>

 
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