Meet the future
The world needs bold leaders ready to tackle urgent environmental challenges. At SEAS, we say “bring it on.” We’re the architects of a new tomorrow: transforming research into action to create a healthier planet for all.
SEAS alumna shares sustainability practices with Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau
Landscape designer Becca Robinson (MLA ’09) has met with hundreds of homeowners to help them identify ways they can reduce their environmental footprint and make their homes and landscapes more sustainable. Recently, the SEAS graduate and her colleagues had the opportunity to share those same tips with none other than Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Academic Rigor—Real-World Impact
The latest in research from SEAS faculty and students
Master's projects produce real-world throughout the region—and the globe.
Our SEAS community is recognized through notable awards and honors across all disciplines.
In the Media
Our experts in the field weigh in on issues across a wide spectrum of media outlets.
Sustainability Themes cut across all specializations—and give students, faculty, and partners a chance to dig deeper into a particular area of impact and interest. Themes are also used as rallying points for cross-campus research, teaching and civic engagement collaborations.
Game changers in action
Madeline Walker Miller, PhD student, CEO of NexTiles LLC
“I started my business because most people understand the negative impacts that plastic has on the environment, but a lot of people don’t realize what fabric waste is doing to our air, water, and soil resources.”
Kiley Adams, dual-degree student, SEAS and Michigan Medicine
“I immediately realized that the trip was totally inaccessible to current and future classmates with mobility impairments, and I thought that having a mobility device that folks who have an impairment could use that makes being on trails accessible is a pretty easy fix.”
Mike Kaminski senior data solutions, First Street Foundation
“For people to care about something, you need to show them how it affects them personally—and nothing gets more personal than people’s homes, which is often their biggest financial asset.”
Upcoming Seas Events
Latinx Research Week: Call for submissions (due 2/3/23)10:00 am
Puentes, the Latinx graduate student organization on campus, is...