Laura Johnson, associate professor of psychology, has been in and out of countries in East Africa since her junior year … [Read More...]
March 19, Bancroft Conference Room (Croft 107), 4PM Leonard Gianessi, Consultant to the CropLife Foundation, will … [Read More...]
Feb. 24, 7PM, Fulton Chapel---New York Times best selling author Paul Greenberg will discuss how the numbers of fish in … [Read More...]
Costa Rica June 1-15, 2014 Both BISC 441: Tropical Botany and BISC 220: Natural Resource Management: The Rain … [Read More...]
On February 19 at 7PM in the Overby Center Auditorium, acclaimed photographer James Balog's award-winning … [Read More...]
PSY 475: Join Fulbright award winner Laura Johnson on this summer course where you will partner with Roots and Shoots, … [Read More...]
ORION Magazine features Ann Fisher-Wirth's new book in Collecting the New Ecopoetry, a conversation on the publication's … [Read More...]
Robbie Ethridge's book, From Chicaza to Chickasaw, won the Mooney Award from the Southern Anthropological … [Read More...]
When Taylor Cook walked into the chancellor’s office at the University of Mississippi, she was not expecting to see a … [Read More...]
Contact UM's Study Abroad for information about taking Laura Johnson's PSY 475 class for 3 hours credit in June 2014. Application deadline: March 5.
Cooking in Costa Rica.
Nicoya Gulf and Peninsula in Costa Rica
Enjoying class in the Grove. Photo by Robert Jordan/Communications
A new image for the Environmental Studies minor.
English professor Jay Watson photographed by Steve Brewer, professor of biology.
BISC 441-Tropical Botany and BISC 220-Natural Resource Management: The Rain Forest. Enroll through Study Abroad.
A student discusses the water bottle sale.
Andy Harper, director of the Southern Documentary Project at UM. Photo by Gaetano Catelli
The Ecopoetry Anthology presents hundreds of poems about the natural world, its beauties and its degradations.
A class in Tanzania taught by psychology professor Laura Johnson on culture, global social justice, the environment, and youth.
The Professor of English is an avid horsewoman whose work---primarily on Renaissance and early modern ecocriticism and animal studies---arises directly out of the circumstances and interests of her non-academic life,
Chemistry Professor Jason Ritchie and Alex on the Wall Street Trail.
Environmental Studies Director Ann Fisher-Wirth and Peter Wirth
Rowan Oak in Oxford was the home of Nobel Prize winning author William Faulkner.