News & Events

  • Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder and Executive Director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund
    "Saving the Wild Cheetah: A Race to the Future"
    Thursday, May 3, 2012
    7:00 PM
    Filene Auditorium, Moore Hall


    The oldest and most unique of all the big cats in Africa, the cheetah is the fastest land mammal reaching speeds of up to 70 mph. But the cheetah is in a race for its future. Mankind has brought the cheetah to the edge of extinction. The wild population of these...

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  • Terry Tempest Williams Public Reading from "When Women Were Birds"
    Tuesday, April 17, 2012
    7:00 PM
    Filene Auditorium, Moore Hall

    The first public reading from "When Women Were Birds" by Terry Tempest Williams, published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux occurred on Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in Filene Auditorium. A book signing followed the reading. The event was free and open to the public.

  • Wednesday, November 16, 2011
    4:30 - 6:30 pm
    008 Kemeny Hall
    Barton Seaver -  National Geographic Fellow, Chef, and Author of *For Cod and Country

    The compelling narrative of conservation is a story of responsible consumption. Barton Seaver uses the common lens of dinner to translate some of the big issues affecting our oceans into everyday cultural concerns such as health, jobs and community. He explains how a sustainable approach to seafood goes beyond red lists and...

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  • On October 4, 2011, students in the ENVS 17: Marine Policy class journeyed to the New England Aquarium in order to observe the ecological systems they read about for class and to interact with oceans experts from many different fields. They were lucky to be able to join the group Women Working for the Oceans (W2O) for an IMAX presentation by National Geographic photo-journalist Brian Skerry. Brian uses his amazing photographs to tell stories about oceans ecosystems that are threatened due to...

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  • Visit with Students
    South African musician, environmental and cultural activist, and anthropologist Johnny Clegg took time out from his six week, 32-show tour of the U.S. and Canada to speak with a group of students in a crowded Environmental Studies Library in Fairchild on the afternoon of April 6th, 2011. This is the second time that the Environmental Studies Program has brought Clegg to Dartmouth. Clegg, who was born in England and lived in several African nations...

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  • Dartmouth College has been named by the Fiske Guide to Colleges as one of the top ten schools in environmental studies for college applicants in 2011. Calling Dartmouth “the Ivy League’s only rural outpost,” author Edward Fiske cites the College’s long tradition of interest in the environment for its being named to the list, the only Ivy League school to appear there.

    Andrew Friedland, the Pearl Professor in Environmental Studies and Environmental Studies Program chair, says the...

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