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Environmental Humanities Program in Historic Fort Douglas

We are working remotely and our physical office is closed, due to Covid19.

Environmental Humanities Graduate Program, located in the Fort Dougals Triplex
1995 De Trobriand Street, FD 618A
Salt Lake City, UT 84113

Environmental Humanities Graduate Program
University of Utah

1995 De Trobriand Street, FD 618A
Salt Lake City, UT 84113

Campus Shuttle Red > Chapel Glen stop

Directions from downtown SLC via Trax:

  1. Take the Redline eastbound (Medical Center) and get off at the Fort Douglas stop.
  2. Cross the Legacy Bridge and follow the footpath toward the mountains until you reach Fort Douglas Blvd.
  3. Turn right onto Fort Douglas Blvd and walk to De Trobriand Street
  4. The Environmental Humanities office is located in the Fort Douglas Triplex on the corner 1995 De Trobriand St, 618A.

There is a new multi-use bike path just west of our building; have a look at Commuter Services bike pages.

Driving directions from downtown SLC:

  1. Take East University Blvd (400 South Street) from downtown east to Mario Capecchi Drive.
  2. Turn left onto Mario Capecchi Drive.
  3. At the first intersection with the stoplight, South Campus Drive, turn right onto Hempstead Road into Fort Douglas.
  4. Follow Hempstead Road east to Fort Douglas Blvd.
  5. Bear left onto Fort Douglas Blvd.
  6. At the intersection of Fort Douglas Blvd and De Trobriand Street, turn left. The Environmental Humanities office is on the corner 1995 De Trobriand Street 618A.

Driving directions from I-215 Northbound:

  1. Exit the I-215 belt route at Foothill Drive. Continue heading north on Foothill Drive, approximately 4 miles, until you reach Mario Capecchi Drive which will be on the right.
  2. Bear right onto Mario Capecchi Drive and continue to the first intersection at the stoplight which is South Campus Drive.
  3. Turn right onto Hempstead Road and into the Fort Douglas. Follow Hempstead Road east to Fort Douglas Blvd.
  4. Bear left onto Fort Douglas Blvd.
  5. At the intersection of Fort Douglas Blvd and De Trobriand Street, turn left. The Environmental Humanities office is on the corner 1995 De Trobriand Street 618A.

Driving directions from the South on I-15:

  1. Exit I-15 at 600 South and continue on 600 South to 700 East.
  2. Turn left onto 700 East and continue to East University Blvd (400 South).
  3. Turn right onto University Blvd and follow the road to Mario Capecchi Drive.
  4. At the intersection, turn left onto Mario Capecchi Drive.
  5. At the first intersection with a stoplight, South Campus Drive, turn right onto Hempstead Road into Fort Douglas.
  6. Follow Hempstead Road east to Fort Douglas Blvd.
  7. Bear left onto Fort Douglas Blvd.
  8. At the intersection of Fort Douglas Blvd and De Trobriand Street, turn left. The Environmental Humanities office is on the corner 1995 De Trobriand Street 618A.


  • There are several metered visitor parking spots on De Trobriand Street, down the hill from the Environmental Humanities building.
  • A permitted parking (U after 3p) is available on the south side of Stillwell Field.

Staff

Katharina Gerstenberger, Interim Director '20-'21 801-585-7908

Brooke Larsen, Community Engagement Coordinator 801-581-5601

Cory Pike, Administrative Assistant & Graduate Advisor 801-587-6156

Fax (yes, it still works but our office is closed)

(801) 587-6162

Last Updated: 6/3/21