June 9, 2016 Neal McMillin (BA Southern Studies and economics with an environmental studies minor '14), a graduate … [Read More...]
Campus, community organizations collaborate for weeklong series of sustainability-focused events APRIL 8, 2016 | BY … [Read More...]
Mambo Students! This summer, we will travel to Tanzania and Zanzibar with a rare chance to work in the field with … [Read More...]
Three $100 prizes to be awarded to undergraduate students with the best paper or poster MARCH 23, 2016 | BY MALLORY … [Read More...]
MISSISSIPPI: A COLLABORATIVE PROJECT of poems by Ann Fisher-Wirth and photographs by Maude Schuyler Clay will be on … [Read More...]
February 2, 2016 | by Joe Scott The University of Mississippi annual Spring Environmental Film Series kicks off … [Read More...]
Join two time Fulbright Scholar and national Geographic Conservation trust explorer, Laura Johnson, associate professor … [Read More...]
Ann Fisher-Wirth, professor of English and director of the environmental studies program at the University of … [Read More...]
Events include lectures, a film and annual Sustainability Fair April 20, 2015 | By LYDIA HAYES The University of … [Read More...]
As a result of Sara Douglass' ENVS independent study last spring, the City of Oxford adopted a new Complete Streets Policy. Her project contributed significantly to the policy improvements.
Ann Fisher-Wirth's ENVS 101 class next to the ancient catalpa tree near the Student Union. Photo by Mehdi Chaib.
Neal McMillen, Southern Studies/Economics double major & Environmental Studies minor, has been accepted into University of Washington’s School of Marine & Environmental Affairs. His graduate research will focus on human dimensions of tidal energy in the Puget Sound.
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.
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,