When: 10/01/2019 Time: 11:00AM-2:00PM
Where: SU Quad
Description: Are you interested in interning with CEJS, learning about sustainability at SU, or participating in environmental justice and sustainability events? Visit the largest club event of the year, the Fall Involvement Fair (sponsored by the Center for Student Involvement-CSI) and stop by at the CEJS booth with your questions!
When: 10/01 and 10/08 Time: 12:30PM-1:20PM
Where: ENGR 307
Description: The Environmental Science program will be holding student-led brown-bag lunchtime talks in Engineering 307 on the first two Tuesdays of the 2019 Fall quarter (October 1 and 8). These events will bring students and faculty together to discuss summer experiences that relate to environmental issues or outdoor activities. The sessions are intended to provide an informal setting in which you will strengthen connections with like-minded students and hear about upcoming opportunities. Students and faculty are welcome to bring a few photos to share with the group. If you’d like to share, please simply show up on Tuesday with your photos (USB or Google Drive work well). Or, write Dr. Wes Lauer firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on the schedule. All are welcome to listen and/or share. Food will be provided.
When: 10/02 Time: 6:00PM-8:00PM
Where: YOBI Residence 2nd floor kitchen
Description: Food with Spirit will be hosting a community dinner on Wednesday October 2nd. This will be a great opportunity to get to know your fellow gardeners on campus. Dinner will be taking place in the second floor kitchen of the Yobi residence. Cooking starts at 6PM. The featured crop for this dinner is figs! RSVP on the Food with Spirit Connect SU page if interested. These dinners will repeat weekly, with a new crop featured every week.
When: 10/12 Time: 1:00PM-3:00PM
Where: Peace Pole garden (in front of Student Center)
Description: There is an upcoming garden work party in the Peace Pole Garden, located directly in front of the Student Center. We will be planting some cold-weather crops, preparing the garden for winter and potentially harvesting some sunflower seeds.
When: 10/15 Time: 11:00AM-2:00PM
Where: Neighborhood Eats
Description: This month is all about pumpkin! Do you know all the nutritional benefits or all the amazing ways you can prepare pumpkin? Visit Neighborhood Eats to taste this specialty superfood dish for dinner!
When: 10/24 Time: 11:00AM-2:00PM
Where: Neighborhood Eats
Description: Value local products? Redhawk dining does too! Stop by Neighborhood Eats to taste a specialty dish that is made completely out of local ingredients. If you love the dish as much as we do, you can fill your basket up with local produce to create it again at home. Don’t forget your reusable bag!
When: 10/29 Time: 12:30PM-1:20PM
Where: Bannan 102
Description: The Environmental Studies program in conjunction with the Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability (CEJS) will be hosting a discussion with author Timothy Wise on his new book "Eating Tomorrow: Agribusiness, family farmers and the battle for the future of food." As Director of the Land and Food Rights Program at Small Planet Institute and senior research fellow at Tufts University's Global Development and Environment Institute, Wise has researched farm policy and agricultural development in Mexico, Malawi, Tanzania, Mozambique, Zambia, and India. He will share his insights with us on family farming and feeding the world in the context of climate change. More information on Timothy Wise can be found here and a copy of the ebook can be reached by faculty, staff, and students . Click HERE to see the flyer for the event! Refreshments will be provided by Redhawk Dining. Any questions? Contact Yolanda Cieters at email@example.com.
When: 09/20/2019 Time: 12:00PM-1:00PM
Where: Cal Anderson Park, 1635 11th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122. MEETING LOCATION AT SEATTLEU: REFLECTION POOL, CHAPEL OF ST. IGNATIUS
Description: On Friday, Sept. 20, millions around the world are joining student climate strikers demanding climate justice. 09/20/2019 is slated to become the biggest day of climate action in the world’s history. Learn more about the youth-led global demonstrations and why this moment is so vital in this article by the Union of Concerned Scientists.
In Seattle, Friday will mark a full day of youth-led action, including a peaceful march to City Hall, organized by a broad coalition of youth and adult organizations. For more information about the Friday events in Seattle, see here.
Seattle U members: If you’d like to join a group of faculty and staff for this important event and show solidarity across generations, please join the and the at the reflection pool at the Chapel of St. Ignatius 11:40 a.m. on Friday. The group will then walk to Cal Anderson Park to join the march, which starts at noon. Please contact Yolanda Cieters at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
When: 09/23-09/27 Time: 12:00PM-2:00PM
Description: Wondering "what goes where" when you hit the waste bins? Stop by at C-street during Welcome Week at lunch hour (12:00PM-2:00PM) and meet CEJS (Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability), EcoRep, and Recycling Shop volunteers to talk trash. We'll give you a quick "waste sorting 101" on the spot! Any questions? Contact Yolanda Cieters at email@example.com.