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Graphic for Native American/Alaskan Native Heritage Month. The left has a green background and white text with a quote from Vi Hilbert. The right shows a carved stone with the same quote.

Native American - Alaska Native Heritage Month

CEJS respectfully acknowledges that it is located on the traditional land of the Duwamish and Coast Salish peoples.
In honor of Native American and Alaska Native Heritage month, we would like to take the time to acknowledge the activist and leadership role this community has continually demonstrated in fighting for environmental justice issues and rights. We can see examples of this leadership in our own backyard with their continued efforts to clean up and restore the Duwamish River. Nationally, we see time and time again this community leading efforts to protect their environmental rights and the rights of the environment. To learn more about Native American/Alaska Native Heritage Month please visit the webpage put together by the University's Office of Diversity and Inclusion HERE. 

About CEJS

CEJS serves as the hub for Seattle University’s environmental programs and sustainability initiatives. If you have any questions about CEJS, campus sustainability, CEJS events, or have an interest in partnering: please contact us at cejs@seattleu.edu

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Sustainability Stewardship

CEJS promotes Seattle University's climate action and campus sustainability performance, recognizing the centrality of environmental justice to our university’s mission and values, and integrating the science, economics and ethics of this issue in our programs, operations and investments. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SUSTAINABILITY STEWARDSHIP HERE.


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Academics

CEJS works to advance sustainability in Academic Affairs by supporting interdisciplinary scholarship, teaching, and learning in environmental justice and sustainability. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE ACADEMICS HERE.


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Campus Engagement

CEJS sponsors and develops co-curricular programs, events, and resources to encourage environmental justice and sustainability action, engage with community partners, and advance public policy. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT CAMPUS ENGAGEMENT HERE.

UPCOMING EVENTS

CEJS News

  • Call for CEJS Student Fellowship Research Proposals NOW OPEN!

    Call for CEJS Student Fellowship Research Proposals NOW OPEN!

    CEJS is supporting SU students engaging in Environmental Justice and Sustainability. CEJS will award two student fellowships in AY2023-2024 with student project stipends.

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  •  Laudato Si’ Action Platform Launch

    Laudato Si’ Action Platform Launch

    SU officially participates in Laudato Si’: a commitment that envisions holistic sustainability and redefines our relationship with each other and our common home.

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  • CEJS Fall 2022 Newsletter

    CEJS Fall 2022 Newsletter

    Our Fall newsletter is available! Learn about SU’s recent environmental justice and sustainability efforts and what faculty and alumni are up to.

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  • WOHESC Conference

    WOHESC Conference

    Join SU at the WOHESC 2023 conference on March 6-8. This year's theme is "Mindscape & Landscape: The Intertwined Nature of Mental, Social + Planetary Health."

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  • ESW Bellarmine Raingarden

    ESW Bellarmine Raingarden

    Check out ESW's new Raingarden in the Flagpole lawn outside Bellarmine! This new garden was added in October and is a continuing project to conserve water on campus.

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