648 S. Wagner Road
Parking at 242 Community Church parking lot
Year upon year, SEAS is pleased to offer our community and the public an impressive lineup of the leaders and best in environment and sustainability. Students, faculty, and interested partners get to hear from and interact with household names and rising stars who will usher in the next wave of brilliant innovations in sustainability.
Some of our greatest past visiting luminaries include His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, former UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres, writer/activist Bill McKibben, and award-winning filmmaker, photographer, and adventurer Jimmy Chin. View the photo gallery for pictures from these special events.
Just about every day (and sometimes several times a day) there are exciting, insightful, and important events at SEAS and across the U-M campus. Take advantage of these extensive (and usually free) opportunities to explore your options, expand your horizons, network, and learn about other disciplines.
SEAS events are subject to be postponed, cancelled or moved online due to Covid-19 pandemic. Please check back regularly for updates to the event page.
Welcome to SEAS! We are so glad that you will be joining us in the fall. Please RSVP for orientation if you are a new student. If you have any questions about orientation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 734-764-6453. Quantitative Review Quantitative Review is optional and will be...
Ease into the school year with free ice cream! Open to PitE students, alumni, GSIs, instructors, or anyone interested in PitE. Please contact Program in the Environment (PitE) with questions at 734-763-5065 or by email to email@example.com
Earthfest is designed to engage, entertain, and educate University of Michigan students, faculty, and staff on all aspects of sustainability.
The SEAS annual Winter Solstice celebration brings students, faculty, and staff together for live music, delicious food, and a gingerbread landscape competition. The 2020 event takes place Friday, December 4th, from 3:30-6:00 p.m. in Ford Commons. Families are welcome!