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Director's Message  

Environmental conditions are dramatically changing, presenting an array of challenges and opportunities for humanity. Environmental and Sustainability Studies students are stepping up, addressing the difficult questions, studying the complexities of human-environment interactions and ecosystems, employing scientific knowledge to address socio-ecological problems, assessing the avenues for social change, and working to create a more just, healthy, and sustainable society.

It is an exciting time to be involved in this program. Over the last decade, the number of Environmental and Sustainability majors has greatly increased, a minor has been established, and the curriculum has expanded. Our students are pursuing projects to lessen the environmental impacts of the university and to enhance student knowledge of ecological issues. They are participating in community-engaged learning projects to build stronger, more resilient communities. They are working as interns, gaining concrete experience and knowledge regarding their roles as citizens. They are conducting and presenting original research, integrating interdisciplinary insights gained from the curriculum of the program. It is clear that our students are doing important work—they are active and creative. It is invigorating to be part of this process and this historical moment.

Brett Clark       

Join us in supporting our local community by donating Nov - March 2019

Things We Always Need
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Things We Need in the Winter
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Urgent Needs 
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Drop off donations in the ENVST Offices GC RM # 4540  

Bird Strike Flyer

Join iNaturalist University of Utah Bird Window Collisio
Help identify bird-window collision hotspots across campus, to help mitigate bird deaths in the future. 
You may see them dead or stunned.

Join the 
iNaturalist University of Utah Bird Window Collision Study,
 OR email details to Birdstrike.uofu@gmail.com, including detailed location (like NE side of AEB).
 

Questions? Contact Dr. Barbara Brown
(801-581-7111); Barbara.brown@fcs.utah.edu)

EnviroClub Meetings:  Gardner Commons room 4490, Mondays 6:30 PM


The 
Edible Campus Gardens are always seeking more volunteers! Sign up for the U Campus Tilth, a Weekly memo that includes volunteer times.  

Volunteer Opportunity - Trail & Improvement work - Salt Lake Climbers Alliance

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Contact Us:

ENVST Program
801-585-5403
envst@envst.utah.edu


Give to Our Student Support Fund


ENVST is housed in the
College of Social and Behavioral Science

Last Updated: 12/10/18