Physics Major Researches the Effect of the Cumberland Plateau on Clouds Joel Stewart, a Sewanee Physics major from Birmingham, Alabama, is studying the atmospheric effects the Cumberland Plateau on the atmospheric boundary layer.
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Sewanee Earth Month Events 2016 April is Earth Month at Sewanee, where student organizations and the community come together to celebrate the environment. Environment and sustainability-related events are featured in this calendar, and weekly posters will advertise these events on campus.
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Redesign of Sewanee Trailheads and Trail Way Markers The Office of Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability is distributing new interpretive signs at trailheads and trail markers throughout the Domain this year.
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SUSTAIN SEWANEE

 

Sandy Gilliam, Domain Ranger, Featured by Sewanee

May 17, 2016

Sandy Gilliam, the University’s first and only full-time Domain ranger, patrols 13,000 acres and teaches all who meet him what it means to really know a place.

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Darby McGlone (C’17) On Future Sustainable Projects

May 17, 2016

Listen to Darby's talk about his work this semester and envisioning of future sustainability at Sewanee!

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The Sewanee Purple reports on the Socially Responsible Investing Debate

May 15, 2016

Eight students debated the benefits and drawbacks of Socially Responsible Investing to a large audience of Sewanee students, faculty and staff, and community members

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New Publication by Sewanee Students and Professors can Inform Deer Management Decisions

May 11, 2016

Meg Armistead (C’14 Ecology and Biodiversity) has published her honors thesis work on the patterns and drivers of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) herbivory across 3,000 acres on the Cumberland Plateau.

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