A University of Michigan student takes notes during a breakout session at ACE 2.0.
Apr 15, 2024
University of Michigan students in the “Leadership for Turning Climate Anxiety into Action” seminar at SEAS organized the Advancing Climate Education event, which brought together around 100 U-M students, faculty and staff interested in learning about how climate anxiety can be turned into action.


A farmer in Brazil is pictured on a diversified fruit and vegetable farm.
Apr 5, 2024
A new study published online April 5 in the journal Science finds that agricultural diversification comes with significant benefits, and very few negative effects. SEAS Associate Professor Jennifer Blesh is co-author and part of the leadership team for this study, in which a team of 58 researchers brought together data from 24 research projects representing a total of 2,655 working farms on five continents.


Vehicle tailpipes emitting exhaust.
Mar 20, 2024
The Biden Administration has issued new limits on vehicle emissions designed to speed the adoption of electric vehicles. U-M experts, including Liesl Eichler Clark and Gregory Keoleian from SEAS, are available to discuss the significance of the new guidelines.

SEAS Perspectives

Commoning for resilience, commoning through change
Apr 8, 2024
This is the second in a two-part blog series focused on the commons. In it, we share a few lessons we’ve learned about commoning and change.

Alumni in the News

Steven Steinberg (MS ’94): GIS strategy in the public and private sectors
Apr 8, 2024
SEAS graduate Steve Steinberg (MS ’94) serves as the Geospatial Information Officer for the County of Los Angeles, California, where he works across departments to develop and implement geospatial strategy with a team of highly skilled GIS professionals.