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Hi all! 

Hope everyone had a wonderful winter break!

As we start our spring semester, a reminder to all Wes undergrads that the deadline to apply for a $4,400 COE Summer Research Fellowship is February 14, 2022. Scroll down for all the details! And while you're at it, be sure to check out the many social impact and entrepreneurship opportunities available to Wes undergrads through the Patricelli Center here on campus. You'll find a rolling list of these and other opps on our coexist website!

This semester, our COE Think Tank fellows are presenting a slew of events focused on this year's theme of Visualizing Environmental Change, including Atlas of the Invisible: Maps and Graphics that Will Change How You See the World, via zoom on 2/2, and Science in the Wild: Adventures at the Ends of the Earth, here at Wes on 2/9. Find out more, below!

Are you a Wes faculty member or current Wes environmental studies student or alum involved in enviro-focused research, community projects, or professional endeavors? I hope you'll consider contributing your story to our coexist community as one of your resolutions for the new year! 

Stay well, all. Hope to see you around!

Laurie Kenney
College of the Environment @ Wes U

Barry Chernoff
College of the Environment @ Wes U
$4.4k coe summer fellowships: apply today!
Calling all Wesleyan '23, '24 and '25 undergrads from across all majors to apply for a $4,400 COE Summer Research Fellowship! Fall 2022, spring 2023, and partial summer fellowships, also available. Deadline to apply: February 14, 2022. Apply today!
atlas of the invisible: feb 2
In this livestream talk, award-winning geographer-designer team Professor James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti will share how they transformed enormous datasets into rich maps and cutting-edge visualizations for their latest book, Atlas of the Invisible. Click here for all the event details!
science in the wild: feb 9
Come along on a photographic and scientific journey with Dr. Ulyana Horodyskyj to hear about research in some of the most extreme environments on the planet! Click here for all the event details!
ostfeld '10 receives usda grant
Kudos to visiting assistant professor Rosemary Ostfeld '10, whose Healthy PlanEat start-up received a $52k grant through the Local Food Promotion Program (LFPP) run by the USDA. Click here to read all about it on News@Wes!
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