Whether you have a bachelor of forestry or wildlife, master's degree, or a doctoral degree, SEAS invites the class of 1969 to come back to the Dana building for a luncheon on October 4th from 12:00-1:30 pm.
Festivities will continue at the Annual SEAS Campfire (still going strong!). Join current SEAS students, faculty, and staff as they carry on the traditions of the log sawing competition, wader races and, of course, campfire!
Looking forward to seeing you there!
The Community of Food, Society & Justice Conference will engage students, faculty, staff, and the community in a rigorous intellectual dialogue around these challenges. The conference will be structured around a foundation of interdisciplinary scholarship that agrees that recognizing structural relations of power are necessary in order to confront race, class, and gender privileges on issues such as food justice.