MES News & Updates

Environmental Education Field Trip: NAAEE Conference

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When I applied for the MES program, I knew I wanted to study environmental education (EE), but whenever someone asked me what EE was before the program started, I honestly did not have a good answer. So! In perfect timing, I signed up for the EE elective with Andrea Martin this fall and the opportunity to learn what EE is all about!

 

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Fall 2018 Thesis Poster Presentations

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Please join the Evergreen Master's of Environmental Studies program for our Fall 2018 MES Thesis Prospectus Poster Presentations, Tuesday December 4 from 4:30 - 7:30pm in the Library Lobby. 

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MES Fall Thesis Presentations

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Join the MES community to celebrate the accomplishments of our fall thesis students as they share their research results. Consult the campus map to find Purce Hall, and see the schedule below. Presentations are free and open to the public. 

 

Tuesday, November 27, 4:30-5:15pm, Purce Lecture Hall 2

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2018 gCORE Field Trip

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Jana Fischback: MES Alumni Starting a Non-profit in Wenatchee Valley

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Sustainable Wenatchee (SW) is a new non-profit in North Central Washington with a mission to: “promote a culture of environmental stewardship and social sustainability in the Wenatchee Valley. We work to do this through educating and inspiring community members to live more sustainable lives.”

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