On 24 October at 7:30 pm in Olin Hall, the ENVS program would like to welcome you all to a pre-release screening of the documentary “The Oil Machine.” After the documentary the Production Team will be on hand for a question and answer session. This screening is open to the public and please register first. Refreshments […]
Eroding History tells the story of two Black communities on Maryland’s Deal Island Peninsula that are losing heir land and their history due to the intersection of historical racism and modern climate changes. The screening will take place in Hudson 110 on the Homewood Campus on Tuesday, 10 October at 5-7 pm.
On 3 May at noon (ET) join us for the next dynamic discussion with the ongoing seminar series: Business of Saving the Planet. This virtual panel will focus on how to access the sustainability space and how current leaders are driving impact. Please join the Chief Sustainability Officers from Netflix, Rivian and Apollo. Co-Hosted by […]
Focusing on people and places, our film club will explore human engagements across diverse environments in the world. Each week, we will view an ethnographic or documentary film, selected by Dr. Jana Kopelent Rehak, a cultural and visual anthropologist, followed by a discussion. The films will cover a broad range of socioecological topics relevant to […]
The Environmental Science and Studies Capstone Project is a three credit group research project. Students work independently and in groups to research and critique literature related to natural and social science, humanities, and art applications. The class collaboratively prepares a final research paper. Fall 2022 Reports:
All ENVS Major and Minors are invited to attend our first screening of the 22-23 academic year on November the 4th with hors d’oeuvre to be served beginning at 6:30 pm.
After six years as Director of the ENVS Program, Dr. Rebecca Kelly is stepping down to take an early retirement. The program is delighted to announce that Dr. Jerry Burgess, currently Director of the MS in Environmental Sciences and Policy and the MS in Geographic Information Systems within JHU’s Advanced Academic Programs, will be taking […]
The ENVS program is proud to showcase two seniors in the Class of 2022, Morgan Buchanan and Mitch Porter, who completed honors theses this year, thereby earning honors in their Environmental Science majors. They gave their thesis presentations in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences on April 25, 2022. Morgan’s thesis is titled “Explaining […]
On March 27, 2019, the earth and environmental science honor society Sigma Gamma Epsilon sponsored a panel discussion by working professionals for students interested in an environmental career. Panelists included Holly Brown, Geologist at AECOM; Adam Dec, Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessor at AECOM; Jay Sherman, Lead Specialist at the World Wildlife Fund; and […]
Many Environmental Science and Studies majors choose to study abroad to expand their horizons and experience life and environmental issues in a different country. This fall, junior Erin Baggs is studying in Bhutan with the School for Field Studies in their Himalayan Environment and Development Studies program. Read about her first impressions in this fascinating country. […]