NEH Visiting Speaker: Rob Nixon (Princeton University), “The Environmental Humanities, the Sciences, and Environmental Justice: Reflections from the Crossroads”

September 29th: 4:15 pm - 5:45 pm @ East Hall, Little Theatre

In most environmental programs, the sciences predominate in terms of numbers and resources. But over the past decade, we have witnessed a surging, student-driven interest across many campuses in the environmental humanities and environmental justice. How do these two ascendant fields enrich environmental studies? And what can they contribute to imagining more sustainable futures?

Upcoming Events


Student Support Services - Bridge Program

Todd Wehr Room: 115
The Bridge Program is exclusively for first-year, first-generation students and aims to assist with the transition from high school to the college environment.[...]

Student Support Services Annual Picnic

Great Hall
The SSS Annual Picnic is for first-year SSS eligible (first-generation and students with disabilities)to acclimate students to the benefits of staying involved with our Student Support Services office, and the academic and soft skills associated with being a successful college…[...]

Casino Night

Great Hall

Anti-Hazing Speaker: Lianne Kowaik

Great Hall
Lianne and Brian Kowiak's son Harrison was an accomplished athlete and scholar, attending Lenoir-Rhyne University on a golf and academic scholarship. Harrison lost his life because of fraternity hazing during his sophomore year in college at the age of 19.…[...]