2019 Undergraduate Honors Thesis and Research Awards in the Environmental Humanities Recipients

The Center for Environmental Futures is proud to announce the recipients of the 2019 Undergraduate Honors Thesis and Research Awards in the Environmental Humanities ——————————————————————————— Recipient Sara Fatimah Advisor(s) Leigh Johnson, Geography Kathie Carpenter, International Studies Project Title “Climate Change, Food Security, and Out-migration in Afghanistan” ——————————————————————————— Recipient David Grabicki Advisor(s) Steven Beda, History Rebecca Lewis, PPPM Project Title “Transformative Read More …

First CEF Field School

Hayley Brazier, Stephanie LeMenager, Allison Ford, Marsha Weisiger, and Gordon Sayre in Harney County, Oregon, where the CEF conducted its first field school, taking oral histories from resource managers, ranchers, local historians, and the archeologist of the Burns Paiute Tribe. The histories will become part of the University of Oregon’s permanent digital archive and serve as a basis for LeMenager’s Read More …

The College of Arts and Sciences Awards Sarah Wald a Program Grant for Public Lands Symposium

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Sarah Wald (Environmental Studies and English) has won a $6000 CAS Program Grant to support a symposium focusing on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion on public lands. The symposium will focus on public land use and access to racial, ethnic, LGBTQ, and disability communities in Oregon. It will foster a public conversation among well-known and emerging scholars and practitioners, Read More …