Award-winning writer-conservationist-activist Terry Tempest Williams cast a quiet spell on members of the Wesleyan and greater Middletown communities during a reading and book-signing reception at Memorial Chapel on March 1, at the invitation of Wesleyan’s College of the Environment. Continue reading “wisdom in the wilderness: terry tempest williams @ wes”
On February 28, students in the sophomore seminar in environmental studies (ENVS201) greeted guest speaker Rachel Sayet, an anthropologist and educator from the Mohegan Tribe, who spoke to students and other members of the Wesleyan community about revitalizing traditional foodways in New England and beyond. Continue reading “sayet shares importance of revitalizing traditional foodways”
What’s the difference between COE and ENVS? Can I major in COE? What does ENVS stand for? What the heck is a linked major anyway?! Why no minor? The College of the Environment explained, in 90 seconds flat. Celebrating 10 years of exploration and discovery in 2019. Turn it up and check it out!