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EVENTS

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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NEWS

ENVST Student Logan Hastings is published in the Salt Lake Tribune

ENVST and Geography double major got an op-ed published in the Salt Lake Tribune this July. Her piece talks about the Emery County land bill.

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Student Research on Capitol Hill

ENVST students Jordin Hartley and Mickey Navidomskis presented their research at the Utah State Capitol last week.

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ENVST Assistant Professor, Dr. Jennifer Watt is awarded an Alta Sustainability Leadership Award

Dr. Watt was awarded the Education Integration Award for her unfailing commitment to strengthening her courses and the Environmental & Sustainability Studies (ENVST) program, creating meaningful experiences designed to support all students.

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What Global Climate Change May Mean for Leaf Litter in Streams and Rivers

A new study led by University of Utah researcher Jennifer J. Follstad Shah, in collaboration with a team of 15 scientists in the U.S. and Europe, suggests these decay rates may not increase as much as expected.

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Last Updated: 12/10/18