Here at L&C, the Environmental Studies Program stays as hip as possible to current trends in academia, which has meant putting a particular emphasis on developing and honing digital scholarship skills. That is to say, we are encouraged to display our work on websites that we create in ways that are both accessible and engaging […]
ENVS Student Sites Portal
The ENVS posts below summarize and point to a number of DS sites created by environmental studies majors and minors.
Digital Scholarship Websites: A Scholarly Journal
Designing and creating a scholarly website is a skill that environmental studies majors are taught during their second semester in the program. It can be tedious and difficult to constantly work on and baby the site to meet professional expectations. Three ENVS class of 2017 seniors, Marielle Bossio, Perri Pond, and Kara Sherer, have gone the […]
ENV-?: Crossing Boundaries in Environmental Studies
At Lewis & Clark, the Environmental Studies Program is interdisciplinary–drawing from and synthesizing multiple branches of knowledge. In the context of ENVS, interdisciplinarity has a particular significance because it allows us to move outside our preconceived notions of what an environmentally-based program should look like. Many people believe that Environmental Studies as a discipline is […]