Community Engaged Learning
The Environmental Humanities Program prioritizes community and justice in our curriculum and is developing new offerings, beginning the 20/21 academic year.
Specific Curriculum Updates Include:
- Recasting the program’s one credit Leadership seminar towards environmental justice solutions
- Creating a three-credit seminar taught each fall that focuses on environmental and/or climate justice issues and community-engaged research methodologies.
- Hosting a workshop each semester on engagement, inclusion, and justice, taught by Brooke Larsen, our Community Engagement Coordinator
The Environmental Humanities Graduate Program attracts passionate students eager to bridge gaps between the classroom and larger community. Starting in 2020, each cohort will include two Community Fellows who will develop reciprocal projects with a community partner to further environmental justice.