Registration is now open for summer field schools for Environmental Science Major and Double Major students.
ENVS 2000 Urban Field School will run from April 25-May 6, 2016 and should be taken in the summer of your first year (pre-requisites ENVS 1000 or ENVS 1100 and 1200).
ENVS 3001 Environmental Science Field School will run August 22-September 2 should be taken in the summer of your second year (pre-requisite is ENVS 2100).
ENVS Majors are required to take both courses; ENVS double majors are required to take one field school.
If you have any questions about the field schools please contact the Environmental Science Academic Advisor - Sue Gass - firstname.lastname@example.org
CCUEN 2016 Conference
The Canadian College and University Environmental Network (CCUEN‑RCCUE) is an organization established to bring together environmental educators at universities, colleges, CEGEPs, technical institutes, and similar organizations that offer educational programs in any environmental field.
One of their core activities is the annual CCUEN-RCCUE conference. This year, the conference will take place on May 12 to 13 in Halifax. The keynote speaker will be Julian Keniry from the National Wildlife Federation.
Conference link: http://www.ccuen-rccue.ca/en/2016-conference
- Congratulations to all ENVS award winners, announced at the End-of-Year Celebrations on April 22, Earth Day:
The 2015-16 Environmental Programs Awards winner is Jenni Barrera.
The Owen Hertzman Prize co-winners for 2015-16 are Adrean Ojoleck and Yvonne Ritchie.
And the Pearson Education Canada Book Prize winner for 2015-16 is Siobhan Takala.
- Congratulations to Amanda Ring, winner of the 2015-16 Art and Dorothy Cooke Memorial Research Scholarship.