Autumn Oberhart & Aidan Rieder: firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Oregon Environmental Studies Program
5223 University of Oregon
144 Columbia Hall
Eugene, OR 97403
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Monica Guy, Associate ASU Director: email@example.com
Nathan Adams, Graduate Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alison Mildrexler, Office Specialist 2: email@example.com
Lexi Hinde, Undergraduate & Office Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Autumn Oberhart & Aidan Rieder, EcoPeers: email@example.com
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The Center for Environmental Futures (CEF) is an interdisciplinary group of faculty and students that reflects a longstanding investment in environmentalism and social justice at the University of Oregon and in the larger Eugene community. Our mission is to encourage faculty and students in interdisciplinary environmental studies research and teaching, to encourage and support members of the community to participate in the University’s environmental studies programming and problem-solving, and to cultivate relationships and build projects to address our most pressing environmental and social problems.
The Environmental Leadership Program is a collaborative, interdisciplinary service-learning program housed in Environmental Studies. We match student teams with non-profit organizations, government agencies and businesses to address local environmental needs. Our students gain leadership, communication, and professional skills by engaging directly in applied problem-resolution while providing valuable assistance to our community partners.
The Office of Sustainability was established in 2007 to help set goals, monitor progress, make policy recommendations, support students, faculty, and staff initiatives, and tell the UO’s sustainability story. Sustainability is about meeting our current resource needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Because our economy and society are dependent on a healthy environment, sustainability requires balancing economic success with environmental conservation, and social equity, also known as the triple bottom line.
The goal of the Urban Farm is to teach students how to learn about nature through working. The class is offered in spring, summer and fall terms. The activities of the Farm vary seasonally but are primarily hands-on with some lectures and field trips. Students will learn about the importance of caring for the soil, various organic gardening practices and techniques, composting, permaculture, biodynamic agriculture, and agricultural land issues.
The Student Sustainability Center (SSC) is a collaborative space for student-led initiatives that foster the simultaneous pursuit of human equity, environmental vitality, and economic well-being in the present and future. Through our efforts, we hope to help students develop the skills, strategies, and networks necessary to work towards their vision of society.
Lexi Hinde (Undergraduate Coordinator)
Nathan Adams (Graduate Coordinator)