Masters of the Environment (MENV)

Masters of the Environment (MENV)

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From Dirt to Gut: Decolonizing Soil and Human Gut Microbiomes

Speaker: Devon Peña, Professor of Anthropology, American Ethnic Studies, and Environmental Studies at the University of Washington since 1999. President of...

3/5 3:30pm
Career Club: Lunch & Learn with Ella Wagener, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Interested in exploring career opportunities with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS)? Join us on March 11 to hear from a seasoned FWS policy...

3/11 12:30pm
Gentrifying Time: What does environmental justice mean in an era of neoliberal urban development?

Dr. Damien Thompson, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Criminal Justice and Director of Center for Food Justice...

3/12 3:30pm
MENV 2020 Admitted Students Weekend

An entire weekend to mingle with faculty and staff, explore Boulder, ask current students questions, and more! We're inviting all admitted students to attend...

Emotional Impacts of Our Learnings: Resistance and Trauma

Speaker: Ramon Parish - Core candidate assistant professor in Naropa University’s Interdisciplinary Studies department. Ramon teaches foundations in...

4/9 3:30pm

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