Join us in the winter semester for SEAS Career Services professional development series! Each topic will be lead by a professional or alum who has substantial experience in the subject. The topic for January 22 will be "Transferring Knowledge: How I maximized my SEAS experience and skills into my career". Registration for all workshops is available in eRecruiter.
Join us as we welcome our Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. month speaker, José González, SNRE/ SEAS Alum and Founder of Latino Outdoors, for a presentation on cultural diversity in outdoor spaces. This presentation will take place in Dana 1040 from 2:30-4pm on Wednesday, January 22, 2020. This event is hosted by the DEI Office.
Join us for an evening exploring new ways to mobilize capital for large-scale sustainability-focused transformations.
About this Event
"The sustainability revolution, coupled with the technology revolution, will be the most significant event in economic history."
- David Blood
How can we harness capitalism for good? Can new investment strategies prioritize planet and yield higher returns? And how can we best finance a net zero economy?
We're honored to welcome leaders across sectors to the... Read more...
Food Literacy for All starts again in January! We have an amazing lineup of speakers every Tuesday evening during the winter semester of 2020. UM students can enroll in the course for credit, and community members can attend the series for free.
Tuesday Evenings, 6:30 - 8 PM
Angell Hall, Auditorium B
EAS 639, NUTR 518, PUBHLTH 318, ENVIRON 315 (2 credits)