Mar 13, 2023
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education recently awarded U-M a Gold rating in recognition of universitywide climate action and sustainability work.


SEAS alumna shares sustainability practices with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Jan 16, 2023
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.


Michigan Sustainability Case: A Tale of Two (Polluted) Cities
Feb 20, 2023
While graduate students at SEAS, dual-degree classmates Cecilia Garibay (MS/MPP ’22) and Dolores Migdalia Perales (MS/MURP ’22) teamed up to develop the Michigan Sustainability Case, “A tale of two (polluted) cities: Latinx communities and Their allies face air pollution in Southwest Detroit and Southwest Los Angeles.” Their case, which focuses on air quality, asks how EJ issues affect different communities in different ways, and how Latinx members voice their concerns.

SEAS Perspectives

Coping with climate stress: A Q&A with Carolyn Scorpio of U-M CAPS
Mar 27, 2023
If you are experiencing stress about climate change, you are not alone. According to a survey from the American Psychological Association, more than two-thirds of Americans experience some form of climate anxiety. We asked Carolyn Scorpio, LMSW, of U-M's Counseling and Psychological Services about how to cope with climate stress.

Alumni in the News

SEAS alumna helps leaders create change through more effective communication
Mar 10, 2023
SEAS alumnae Stephanie Judd (MS/MBA ’13) and Kara Davidson (MS/ MBA ’13) founded Wolf & Heron in 2016 to help leaders create change through more effective communication. At the annual SEAS Career Trek, held in Denver, Colorado, in Fall 2022, Judd shared a few of her thoughts and experiences on camera.