Meet ENVX editor Charlotte Copp! Below you’ll find a brief bio, class level, and a digital scholarship (DS) site link, where you can view this Environmental Studies major’s own work. Below this information are all ENVX posts authored by the editor to date; cick on any post title to view the full post.
Class of 2018 | DS website
I am Charlotte Copp, a Senior at Lewis & Clark College. I have always been excited about stewardship in the outdoors and that is one of the many reasons I am an Environmental Studies major. The summer's of 2015- 2017 I was a Backcountry Caretaker at many campsites in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. In the Fall of 2016, I studied abroad and did research in Iceland with a Climate Change program. And this year, I will be building my Senior Capstone off of that research.
Your Place or Mine? Engagement Through Storytelling | April 28, 2017
Environmental Engagement (ENVS 295) is the newest required course for all environmental studies majors, beginning with the class of 2020, offered every semester. Students are offered the hands-on space to develop and complete an individual or collaborative engagement project, in light of the course goal to bridge scholarship and people through communication; …
Digital Scholarship Websites: A Scholarly Journal | April 4, 2017
Designing and creating a scholarly website is a skill that environmental studies majors are taught during their second semester in the program. It can be tedious and difficult to constantly work on and baby the site to meet professional expectations. Three ENVS class of 2017 seniors, Marielle Bossio, Perri Pond, and Kara Sherer, have gone the extra mile with …
The Situated Approach: ENVS 220 Projects | April 17, 2017
In ENVS 220 (Environmental Analysis), the sophomore-level ENVS class, students learn several different methods they can use in their research. After developing these skills, they put them to work in a situated research project, done in small groups. This project is one of the first times ENVS students tackle the situated approach, one they will need to use t …