Upcoming Events

Spring 2019

Ghost Species: The Uncertain Future of Woodland Caribou in the Anthropocene

March 11, 2019

4:30-6 p.m. | Mandel Center for the Humanities, G3 (Barbara Mandel Auditorium)

With Nancy Langston, professor of environmental history, Michigan Technological University. Part of the Mandel Lectures in the Humanities series. Reception to follow.

Mining, Toxics and Environmental Justice

March 13, 2019

Noon-1 p.m. | Mandel Center for the Humanities, 303 (Mandel Reading Room)

With Nancy Langston, professor of environmental history, Michigan Technological University. Part of the Mandel Lectures in the Humanities series. Please read this article to prepare for the talk.

Back From the Brink: Restoration History and Coaster Brook Trout

March 13, 2019

4:30-6 p.m. | Mandel Center for the Humanities, G3 (Barbara Mandel Auditorium)

With Nancy Langston, professor of environmental history, Michigan Technological University. Part of the Mandel Lectures in the Humanities series.

Climate Grief: Toxics, Global Warming and Loons in the Boreal North

March 14, 2019

4:30-6 p.m. | Mandel Center for the Humanities, G3 (Barbara Mandel Auditorium)

With Nancy Langston, professor of environmental history, Michigan Technological University. Part of the Mandel Lectures in the Humanities series.

Conservation Contributions: Learn to Use iNaturalist and Contribute to Scientific Research Library

March 17, 2019

2-3 p.m. | Vershbow Computer Classroom, Goldfarb Library

Become a citizen scientist and take action for conservation (and your Save OhNo team) by taking photographs of local biodiversity with your phone. With Lily Eligator '19.

Shared Space Exhibition

April 7, 2019

Continues through April 14

Art meets biodiversity in this photographic exhibition of natural life on the Brandeis campus. Images comprising the exhibition, part of the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts and curated by Katharine Mound '19, were taken by staff, faculty, and students and shared on iNaturalist, an online citizen science platform. Made possible, in part, by the Office of the Arts.

Environmental Internship Symposium

April 18, 2019

6:30-8:30 p.m. | Heller G-3

Come to support your friends and students, learn and be inspired about the many opportunities for your own internships and research. Welcome for all or just a part. Refreshments served.

City Nature Challenge

April 26, 2019

All-day event.

The environmental studies program at Brandeis is a lead organizer of the City Nature Challenge, a four-day urban bioblitz. Join citizen scientists from Boston and around the world to document nature using iNaturalist. Learn more and check out local events and places to observe at zoonewengland.org/citynaturechallenge.

Brandeis Campus Bioblitz

April 29, 2019

11 a.m.-noon and 3-4 p.m.

Join students as Brandeis takes part in the City Nature Challenge through a campus bioblitz. We’ll document campus biodiversity using iNaturalist. Download the app and registration required by April 28.

Environmental Studies Mini-Commencement Ceremony

May 17, 2019

3-5 p.m. | International Lounge, Usdan

An event to celebrate the accomplishments of all the majors and minors in the environmental studies program. We look forward to seeing you there, meeting your family and friends and celebrating all that you've done in your time at Brandeis.