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Environmental Studies News
Taking SU undergraduate researchers to new heights at 10,000 ft.
Any students out there looking for opportunities to escape the TX heat? Dr. DeMarco, our plant ecosystem and climate change ecologist, brought a number of research opportunities from Colorado and made them available to SU students. Check out the work by the first three students: Gabby, Lupe & Christine.
What is the Talloires Declaration?
This initiative calls on the University to envision programs and practices that make our world more sustainable.
Dogs Are Man’s Best Friend, but Cats Are a Pirate’s First Mate
Meet Southwestern University’s Cat Partners club and its furry, feline family.
Southwestern University Earns Its Fourth Tree Campus Higher Education® Recognition
The honor is awarded by the Arbor Day Foundation.
Southwestern Undergraduate Recognized as 2021–2022 Newman Civic Fellow
Antonio Esparza ’22 is being honored for his commitment to solving public problems.
Scholarly Perspectives on COVID-19, Part 8: Apocalypse or Dystopia?
Professor and Elizabeth Root Paden Chair in Religion and Environmental Studies Laura Hobgood shares how COVID-19 has shaped the conversation in her Apocalypse seminar.
An Uncertain Semester in DC
Political science and environmental studies double major Keith Rupe ’22 makes the most of an anxiety-filled semester through public organizing in the nation’s capital.
Southwestern University Nominated for a 2020 AASHE Sustainability Award
Selected from more than 400 applicants, SU is a finalist for the award based on its published research regarding the sustainability of higher-education institutions.
Southwestern University Celebrates Texas Arbor Day by Planting Oak Tree
The event fulfills SU’s commitment to the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Campus Higher Education program.