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On April 4, ENVS will welcome Dr. Naomi Oreskes as the 2024 Patricia Sheffels Visiting Scholar

March 14, 2024

Join us in welcome Dr. Naomi Oreskes as this year's Patricia Sheffels Visiting Scholar! We are thrilled to hear from Dr. Oreskes on her talk, Epistemic Privilege and the Gender of Climate Change Denial. About Naomi: Naomi Oreskes is Henry Charles Lea Professor of the History of Science and Affiliated...

last year' reunion

Save the Date! Annual ENVS Alumni & Community Gathering

March 7, 2024

This spring, we're thrilled to welcome ENVS alumni and community partners back on campus! Join us for a reception and cash bar, followed by brief remarks organized by university affiliates. The event will take place at CU's University Memorial Center (UMC) room 235 on April 19, 2024, from 6:30 to...

Grace on news

Research of ENVS Honors Student, Grace Kroeger, lands in 9News!

March 4, 2024

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Samuel Assefa to speak at ENVS graduation

March 4, 2024

We are thrilled to welcome Samuel Assefa as our speaker at this year's ENVS graduation in May! As the Director of CA's Governor’s Office of Planning and Research, Assefa champions for improving climate resilience and Environmental Justice. Prior to being appointed OPR Director, Assefa was Director of the City of...

Emily Nocito and Virginia Weiskopf

ENVS PhD and Undergraduate Honors Student head to the United Nations to research marine conservation

Sept. 16, 2022

Senior Virginia Weiskopf and PhD candidate Emily Nocito, both in environmental studies, head to the United Nations to research marine conservation, as the last stages of the Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction treaty negotiated.

Renae Marshall

ENVS Honors Student Chosen as the College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Undergraduate for Spring 2021

May 6, 2021

An ENVS graduating honor's student, Renae Marshall, was chosen as the College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Undergraduate for Spring 2021. She was featured in the Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine last week. Go here to read about Marshall's research on climate legislation in the United States.

Featured art: Glacier Project, 2019, courtesy artist Trine Bumiller and Robischon Gallery

ENVS students find fresh ways to promote art exhibit on climate change

March 1, 2019

A new exhibit exploring the space where art and the natural world meet is on view at the CU Art Museum. The exhibit, Documenting Change: Our Climate (Past, Present, Future), showcases 70 artworks from 31 artists. The exhibit features documentary photographs from the archives of the National Snow and Ice Data Center and contemporary artworks with a focus on the Rocky Mountains.