Each year CEJS supports faculty and student research. All fellows meet together quarterly to discuss their
research projects. In addition, each faculty fellow presents their research at
one of our CEJS "Socials"; students present their research via posterboards
at the Socials.
What is it like to be a student fellow? How does being a student fellow help after graduation? Learn more in this Q & A.
Aquatic chemistry, environmental ethics, and climate justice are just a few of the themes fellows are researching this year. Learn more about the student and faculty fellows' research.
Faculty and student fellows researched a variety of topics: from a living-wall bike shed, to coffee wastewater treatment in Nicaragua, to the anti-Imperial Gospel of Jesus. Find out what the student and faculty fellows discovered.
Good food, good drink, and cutting-edge conversations! Join us in Student Center 160 from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. on February 11, April 1, and May 26, 2015.