Ed-ventures graduation ceremony. Photo courtesy of The San Pedro Sun (www.sanpedrosun.com).
This summer, six Smithies traveled to Belize for the Coral Reef Ed-ventures program. The program, which began in 2000, teaches local children about the ecological importance of the Belize Barrier Reef.
The program is sponsored by Smith College’s Environmental Science & Policy Program [...]
Here, students in GES 300 pose with their bags made from recycled materials– a gift from Glen Jampol President of CANAECO, the Costa Rican Eco-tourism Board, an NGO that supports sustainable and eco-friendly tourism as a path to financial development. Photo courtesy of facebook.com/SmithGESCostaRica.
The students participating in this summer’s Global Engagement Seminar in [...]
On Thursday, April 12, Merrill Baker ’03 will present a lecture—Fluid Relations: Marine Conservation and Gendered Resources Use in Madagascar— as part of the Environmental Science and Policy program’s “Lunchbag” series.
Merrill was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to work in Madagascar in 2003. She is now a PhD candidate at the University of California, Berkeley [...]