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CEES at the International Symposium on Service Learning

Service Learning

Thanks to a dissemination grant from the IUPUI Center for Service and Learning, researchers Jennifer Nelson, Jessica Davis, and Sarah Goss from IUPUI’s Center for Earth and Environmental Science (CEES) and the Department of Earth Sciences attended the 6th International Symposium on Service Learning (ISSL) at the University of Indianapolis.

Spring 2015 Service Learning

The Spring 2015 Service Learning events were a great success and packed full of environmental fun.  During this semester, CEES staff, many student volunteers, and dedicated staff from Indianapolis parks and organizations were able to revive large areas of native Indiana habitat by removing extensive amounts of invasive plant species and performing much needed trail restoration.  We were able to

CEES Makes a Splash at the Earth Day Indiana Festival

Guest blog submitted by IUPUI undergraduate, Jacki Renforth (jmguyer@umail.iu.edu), a Senior in the Communications Studies Program.

Edge of Field: April Showers Bring Samples!

Danielle Follette, CEES Staff, and Jacob Burch, CEES Undergraduate Intern, have become quite familiar with the agricultural landscape over the past few months as the April showers are providing data for CEES' Edge of Field research project.

Undergradaute Environmental Internship

Guest blog submitted by IUPUI undergraduate student Michael McCormick (mccormim@imail.iu.edu), Environmental Science Major 

New Member of the DSE International Team

We are pleased to welcome Indiana University School of Education Ph.D. student, Jenna Gatzke, to our DSE International Team!  Jenna will be coordinating communication and education activities among network partners.  

MOSES

Service Learning Coordinator, Danielle Follette, and Education Outreach Coordinator, Elizabeth Johnson, spent an energizing three days with farmers at the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Services (MOSES) Organic Farming Conference in LaCrosse, Wisconsin.  The workshops were diverse and informative, focusing on organic practices that reduce soil erosion, decrease water consumption and

Alternative Spring Break #JagBreak

Submitted by Jessica Davis, CEES Assistant Director

CEES Intern Blog: Hello From Gracesen

Hello! My name is Gracesen Brewster and I am a new CEES Research Intern. I am a senior pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in both Biology and Environmental Science at IUPUI. I have enjoyed learning about not only Biology on an individual level, but also on the global level. My areas of study allow me to absorb the real impact of the leading environmental concerns.

Energy & Climate Change Conference

Guest blog submitted by Sarah Melissa Goss (sarmgoss@iupui.edu).

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