Members of SEAK, Southwestern’s student environmental organization, dedicated a tree Jan. 19 in memory of Wangari Maathai, an environmentalist, women’s rights activist, and winner of the Nobel Peace prize who died last year. Maathai delivered Southwestern’s Shilling Lecture in 2009.
Southwestern University’s GIS Lab provides comprehensive resources for learning and research in geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing (RS), spatial statistics, computer cartography, and environmental analysis.
Students from the Environmental Studies Capstone class visiting properties associated with the Fort Hood Recovery Credit System, which is a program designed to recover the Golden-cheeked Warbler through finical assistance to private landowners performing actions beneficial to the bird habitat.
Kira McEntire, a recipient of the King Creativity Grant, shows Joey King the mural she made for the Environmental Studies Lounge in Mood Hall.
Students performing survey’s at local farmers markets on the motivations that urge consumers to shop at the markets.
Student reviewing results of a survey’s at local farmers markets on the motivations that urge consumers to shop at the markets.
SEAK Meeting Agendas
Pirate Bikes provide a quick and sustainable means for students, faculty, and staff to get from one place to another. Members of our campus community may pick up a Pirate Bike outside of their residence hall, academic building (or anywhere else they find them) free of charge, for their own use. They may ride to their next location and leave it unlocked for the next person.
Treeline at SU