LiDAR for the Domain
After flying LiDAR at Sewanee, students and faculty helped produce detailed topographic maps for the entire Sewanee Domain.
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.
Sewanee Offers Wildland Fire Training Course to Build Student Skills
Sewanee held the second annual wildland fire training course in January, providing Sewanee students a leg-up in the job market for those going into the natural resource career field. Sewanee graduate Thomas Walters (C'15), a wildland firefighter, returned to help with the course.
Fall Party Recycling Cup
Sewanee greek life competed in a recycling challenge to promote awareness about waste management and recycling during Homecoming Weekend in the Advent 2015 semester.
TDOT and Sewanee work together to protect endangered plants on Cumberland Plateau
Domain Manager Nate Wilson and PPS Grounds Supervisor William Shealy help design new management practices to protect native and endangered wildflowers growing in road right of ways.
Sewanee to host climate literacy teaching workshop
Sewanee professors collaborate with other institutions to host a workshop on climate literacy.
Sewanee will host the "T-CLoUD: Teaching Climate Literacy Using Data” workshop, Sept. 25-27, 2015. Participating faculty represent seven Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) schools (Birmingham-Southern College, Centenary College, Centre College, Furman University, Morehouse College, Rhodes College, the University of the South, and Washington and Lee University) and a variety of disciplines. Climate expert Dr. David Stooksbury (University of Georgia) will present the opening plenary lecture.