UMICH GALLERY: Selected Samples
from the University of Michigan
NEW HORIZONS IN CONSERVATION
The New Horizons in Conservation 2019 conference, led by Dr. Dorceta Taylor, brought together leading conservation professionals—the majority of them people of color— to explore the status of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within the environmental sector.
U-M students released the first comprehensive sustainability assessment of flying cars, a study which was conducted in partnership with the Ford Motor Company. U-M School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) master's students specializing in Sustainable Systems were the lead authors of the paper.
The SEAS Class of 2019 made the trek to the University of Michigan's Biological Station for the traditional three-day Orientation on the wooded shores of Douglas Lake. Field classes, case studies—and plenty of good times—introduced students to the SEAS experience.
QUINTESSENTIAL COLLEGE TOWN
Ranked the #1 most educated city in America by Forbes magazine, Ann Arbor cherishes its reputation as a national center for the arts and a vibrant multi-cultural community.
DR. TONY REAMES
U-M SEAS Assistant Professor Tony Reames shares a few of the experiences that drew him to the nascent field of energy justice, and why he values a community-based approach.
SEAS TRADITION: CAMPFIRE
Celebrating it's 110th year, the 2016 SEAS Campfire drew more than 200 people, including 31 alumni. Thanks to all who attended, with special thanks to alums Mike and John for the log-sawing lesson, along with a bit of Woodsmen Team history.
Jessica Robinson '18 shares thoughts and insights during her time as a conservation ecology student at U-M's School for Environment and Sustainability.
SEAS faculty and students discuss the global impact the school is making through research, master’s projects, and partnerships.
Through its interdisciplinary commitment, SEAS brings behavioral, economic, political, scientific, engineering, and design studies to bear on sustainability challenges.
NEW HORIZONS 2018
The inaugural New Horizons in Conservation conference held in Washington D.C. on April 18 -20 represented a milestone in conservation history. More than 200 students, faculty, SEAS alumni and leading conservation professionals—the majority of them people of color—gathered to “celebrate and assess” diversity, equity, and inclusion in the environmental sector.
Dual master's student Jim Gawron, MS/MBA, '19 shares a few of his experiences while pursuing sustainable systems and business at U-M's School for Environment and Sustainability and the Ross School of Business. The dual master's degree is facilitated through the Erb Institute.
DORIS DUKE CONSERVATION SCHOLARS PROGRAM 2018
Five members of the DDCSP 2018 cohort share a few of their experiences and insights. The goal of DDCSP at the University of Michigan’s School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) is to diversify the conservation workforce by finding and developing the next generation of land, water, and wildlife professionals among traditionally underrepresented groups.