Making a Difference Environment
- Exploration in human ecology. Taylor, Ericka // Human Ecology;Winter96, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p8
Focuses on human ecology students in New York State who took part in an expanded orientation program. First-hand community experience; Lessons gained through the program; Benefits of the program. INSETS: Super volunteer.;High priority: Teaching.;Serving the Cornell and local community.;Helping...
- SOSE in the secondary curriculum--time and integration. Miles, Susan // Viewpoints;Aug95, Issue 2, p12
Comments on the rethinking of the structure of the Studies of Society and Environment (SOSE) curriculum in Australia. Question of an integrated curriculum; Key learning areas; Need to have greater time for SOSE; Questions regarding the achievement of SOSE outcomes. INSET: Two students' views of...
- What is environmental studies? Soule, Michael E.; Press, Daniel // BioScience;May98, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p397
Discusses environmental studies. The origins and development of environmental studies; Emerging themes, problems and conflicts; Topics and subject areas that are often taught under the rubric of environmental studies; Solutions for multi-disciplinary illiteracy; Recommendations; Two major...
- Undergraduate Marine Research. Greengrove, Cheryl; Secord, David // Journal of College Science Teaching;Feb2003, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p316
Focuses on the cultural and environmental studies field program designed by the University of Washington-Tacoma in collaboration with Green River Community College. Impetus for developing the program; Course goals and design; Marine research projects.
- Greening up in mid-career. // Garbage;Jan/Feb92, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p29
Reports on graduate programs for environmental studies in the United States. Advanced majors listed in guides to colleges; Conferences sponsored by Environmental Careers Organization; Books from the Council on Economic Priorities.
- School yard ecology. Grimes, Katherine // Teaching Pre K-8;Apr95, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p40
Offers advice on how to use a school yard to integrate environmental and science studies into a curriculum. Study ant colonies; Observe plant growth; Watch leaves decompose; Observe the effects of seasonal changes; Collect ecosystem data; Others.
- At-home wastewater treatment study. // Products Finishing;Mar97, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p12
Provides information on home-study correspondence courses for operators of wastewater treatment facilities and facilities that treat metal waste, offered by California State University, Sacramento. Other associations that assisted in the courses; What the courses included; Contact information.
- GETTING A GREEN EDUCATION. Bright, Kate // Wildlife Australia;Spring2002, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p20
Presents an overview of courses about environmental studies offered by various universities in Australia. Focus on agribusiness, agriculture and horticulture by the University of Queensland; Study of environmental and coastal engineering at Griffith University; Offer of a Bachelor of Arts in...
- Community Foundation announces environmental scholarship. // Hudson Valley Business Journal;3/29/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 13, p26
The article reports on the scholarship established by the Red Hook Town Conservation Advisory Council in honor of Ruth Oja which is available to college bound graduating high school seniors of home-schooled equivalent pursuing environmental studies in Red Hook, New York