This calendar features Center for the Environment programming alongside events hosted by our partners and peers across campus. Find all events related to the environment.
Interested in learning about fixing our climate?
Unlocking the Climate Impasse: The view from the frontlines of the energy transition
February 28, 2024 at 4 p.m.
Please join us for the lecture with Alex Gazmararian discussing his new book, Uncertain Futures.
The Program for Public Scholarship is partnering with the Center for the Environment, the Center for the Humanities, the Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies, the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, and Science in the Public Square (funded by the Incubator for Transdisciplinary Futures) to present Ecology Now!, a series of public events that will frame our relationship with the environment from new, unexpected perspectives.
This semester long series invites us to consider our rapidly changing environment through the lenses of visual art, religion, public health, and cultural studies. All are welcome!
Environmental Research Collaboration Series
The Environmental Research Collaboration Series is a monthly interdisciplinary lunch gathering for WashU faculty and staff. This series builds community among researchers and allows for learning from colleagues while also: highlighting specific projects, sharing tools, and generating ideas for future collaboration. Join us at an upcoming event to start getting involved.
Diverse and inspirational speakers bring our campus community together across disciplines and schools. The Center for the Environment is proud to collaborate with various partners across WashU to develop and support this programming.