Click on any gallery below to display situated project posters from an SGE research initiative or ENVS Program course.
- ENVS 160 (Introduction to Environmental Studies)Scholarly perspectives on environmental problems and solutions, integrating concepts and analytical skills drawn from the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
- ENVS 220 (Environmental Analysis)Development of research and analytical skills in environmental studies as preparation for upper-division work by majors and minors. Emphasis on formulation, practice, and communication of research.
- ENVS 330 (Situating Environmental Problems and Solutions)Advanced analysis of environmental problems and solutions, situating them in time, space, and biophysical/human context to provide greater appreciation for their complexity as well as to help devise successful responses.