Welcome to EH
Letter from the Director
Welcome to the Environmental Humanities Graduate Program at the University of Utah -- a masters degree preparing students for careers as environmental leaders and thinkers.
These are exciting times in the field of environmental humanities, and the University of Utah is already making its mark in this emerging discipline. Our students train alongside distinguished environmental figures like Terry Tempest Williams, Subhankar Banerjee, Wade Davis and Alexandra Fuller. With this foundation they emerge to engage our culture’s most urgent environmental problems and to offer it the most creative environmental solutions. More...
First Year EH student, Ruedigar Matthes, presents at Ways of Knowing Conference.
Anna Elza Brady receives 2014-15 Young Scholar Grant.
Art, Advocacy & Landscape - Terry Tempest Williams' writing Seminar.
Natasha Seegert is thrilled to work with the passionate graduate students in the Environmental Humanities Graduate Program. She holds a PhD in Environmental Communication, an MS in Environmental Education, and a BS in Environmental Studies. Natasha has over 10 years of experience advising, counseling, and teaching students in the environmental field.
“A Place for Wildlife,” will take place Aug. 22 – 23, 2014, at the University of Utah’s Taft-Nicholson Center for Environmental Humanities Education in Centennial Valley, Montana.