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The Environmental Ethics Certificate hosts three reoccurring programs every spring and fall semester including the Environmental Ethics Seminar Series, Philospher's Walks, and the Screen on the Green.

For a full list of College of Environment + Design events, check out the CED Calendar. Follow the CEDs Facebook and Instagram for updates as well!

To sign up for the EECP Listserv, click the button below. You will be notified about upcoming events via email!

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Upcoming News and Events

EECP Student Ambassador Scholarship Program

The Environmental Ethics Certificate Program is proud to announce the Environmental Ethics Student Ambassador Scholarhsip Program! Student representatives, chosen before the Fall semester each year, serve as leaders, ambassadors, and peer mentors for the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program. Students commit to 10 hours per semester and receive group programming/professional development, mentoring and leadership experience, and connection to a small group of like-minded students.

The Environmental Ethics Certificate Program is proud to announce that we will be able to grant five $1,000 scholarships as part of the Environmental Ethics Student Ambassador Scholarship program for the 2022-2023 academic school year.

The Environmental Ethics Student Ambassador Scholarship Program will accept applications through June 15, 2022. Scholarship announcement decisions will be sent out by July 1, 2022. Click here to find out more!

 

MAY 5: Stemming the Tide: Environmental History and the Future of the Georgia Coast

Coastal History Conference

Greetings from Leconte Hall! Please see the flyer above for a conference we think will be of interest to you, at the Russell SCL building on May 5th. About 20 graduating history majors will be presenting their work on the environmental histories of the GA coast. Sponsored by the Willson Center, this conference is a part of their "green and blue humanities" initiative. What good is studying history if it can't help us address the unfolding crises stemming from climate change and sea-level rise? Our students will help answer that question.

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