From her first course in education, Kayleigh Esswein was hooked. She always knew she wanted to teach and viewed teaching as a means for addressing educational inequities. Esswein is part of an inaugural cohort of master's students.
Environmental design students returned from a hands-on planning studio last summer in Colombia with a broadened perspective of life in a marginalized community. Two students share their life-changing experience.
The herbarium, a treasure trove of more than 550,000 plant specimens, is leading a plant digitization project among 39 institutions and community outreach on Navajo land with implications in local climate research.
K-12 students around the world can now be a part of one of the largest Arctic climate research expeditions ever conducted. The new Arctic education newsletter directs teachers to real-time updates from the RV Polarstern, expedition-related activities and engaging videos.