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What exactly is a linked major? What’s the difference between an environmental studies linked major and a minor? What can you do with an ENVS linked major? (Answer: Anything and everything!) Join Barry Chernoff, director of the COE and chair of environmental studies, for cider, donuts, and the answers to these and other questions about environmental studies at Wesleyan! Details here!
Hi, all!

Here at the COE we're keeping busy this fall, while enjoying everything the season has to offer! Scroll down to meet Bella Barocas '24 and Kelly Fenton-Samuels '23, two of our COE summer research fellows, find out how the recent $2-million grant to the Robert F. Schumann Institute of the COE will help further the COE's mission to change the world, and join us here at Wesleyan for several upcoming events, including our COE Open House (see above) on Monday, October 17; a talk with Oglála Lakȟóta performance artist Suzanne Kite on Wednesday, October 19; and our annual Pumpkin Fest on Saturday, October 29 (see below)!

I hope you'll stop by and say hello, next time you're passing by or back on campus! 

All the best,

Laurie Kenney
College of the Environment @ Wes U

lkenney01@wesleyan.edu

Barry Chernoff
College of the Environment @ Wes U

bchernoff@wesleyan.edu
10/29 pumpkin-a-licious!
Nothing says fall like Pumpkin Fest, a true community-building event bringing together Wes students, faculty, staff, and their families with our greater Middletown neighbors! This year's FREE event takes place on Saturday, October 29 from noon to 4 pm at Long Lane Farm. Click here for all the details!
barocas '24 explores jewish regenerative farming
COE summer fellow Bella Barocas ’24, an SISP and ENVS major, spent the summer exploring Jewish regenerative farming via an ethnographic study of Zumwalt Acres, an agricultural community in Illinois. Read all about Bella's experience on our coexist blog!
keeping true to the coe's mission to change the world
"The mission of the College of the Environment is to change the world. We are not afraid to fail, but we are afraid not to try,” says Barry Chernoff. Read more about plans for the recent $2-million grant to the Robert F. Schumann Institute of the COE, in the Wesleyan Connection!
fenton-samuels '23: studying the past to inform the future
“Exploring how and why climate changed in the past can provide vital data to inform models of future climate change and sea level rise,” says Kelly Fenton-Samuels '23. Read about Kelly's summer research with Professor Suzanne O'Connell on our coexist blog!
10/19 suzanne kite: nonhuman futures
Join Oglála Lakȟóta performance artist Suzanne Kite for Nonhuman Futures, an artist talk investigating our current and future relationships to nonhumans, especially to technology and artificial intelligence. The FREE event takes place Wednesday, October 19 at 7:30 pm. Click here for all the details!
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