Events at Smith
Exhibit: 'Coral Reef Ed-ventures Program Summer 2014 Project'
December 1, 2014
The Nolen Art Lounge presents artwork and photographs created during the Coral Reef Ed-ventures summer 2014 project that involved Smith students and over 120 children of San Pedro, Belize. This display will include a mural, posters and photographs of children engaged in the environmental education summer camp lead by the Smith students as well as the coral reef data that Smith students collected for projects lead by the Smith faculty leaders. There will be a reception on December 4 from 5-7 p.m. Refreshments provided.
Nolen Art Lounge, Campus Center
STEM Graduate School Application Workshop Series Part 4: Interviewing Skills
December 3, 2014
and talking about research. This 4-part workshop series will address issues pertinent to graduate school applications in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. Short presentations by faculty members will be paired with discussions and hands-on workshops (bring your laptop and relevant documents in progress!) where you can work on specific parts of your application and get immediate feedback and advice. It is designed especially for senior students currently applying for grad school, but any students interested in learning more about the process are welcome to attend.
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Reception: 'Coral Reef Ed-ventures Program Summer 2014 Project' exhibit
December 4, 2014
Help us celebrate the artwork and photographs created during the Coral Reef Ed-ventures summer 2014 project that involved Smith students and over 120 children of San Pedro, Belize. This display will include a mural, posters and photographs of children engaged in the environmental education summer camp lead by the Smith students as well as the coral reef data that Smith students collected for projects lead by the Smith faculty leaders.
Campus Center, Nolen Arts Lounge
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Events at Smith
ENV 312 Capstone presentations
December 9, 2014
Hear from seniors in the environmental science and policy program about their research projects.
Neilson Library Browsing Room
Events Off Campus
C2C Fellows Sustainability Leadership Training Weekend Workshop
December 5, 2014
December 6, 2014
December 7, 2014
C2C workshops are for current students and recent graduates who want high-impact careers that can change the future through NGO's and government, and in sustainable business. Join C2C to learn the leadership skills necessary to succeed: how to develop a vision; know what you’re good at; tell your story; raise money; and build your network. The cost of the weekend training, including food and lodging, is $30.
Graduates of our workshops are eligible for scholarships to become funded graduate students at Bard's Center for Environmental Policy, and Bard's new MBA in Sustainability.
Students aspiring to sustainability leadership in policy, politics and business should apply now to join student leaders from across the country. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, and only 60 participants will be accepted into each workshop. This workshop will be held at Bard College December 5th through 7th.
Mill River Walk
December 6, 2014
Explore with us! This month we'll be walking Haydenville to Williamsburg: Brassworks to Skinnerville.
Sponsored by the Mill River Greenway Initiative, Friends of Northampton Trails and Greenways and Smith College CEEDS (Center for the Environment, Ecological Design & Sustainability)
SPACE IS LIMITED! Email us at email@example.com to reserve your spot and get directions to the starting point!
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